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Photos: 20th Annual WhatsOnStage Awards Concert performances and award-winners

The show was broadcast live on BBC Radio 2 with Elaine Paige and Paddy O'Connell

The cast of & Juliet
© Stephen Wright Photography

The 20th Annual WhatsOnStage Awards were held in the West End last night, with performances from the five Best New Musical Award nominees and the Best Regional Production award-winner The Color Purple.

T'Shan Williams and the cast of The Color Purple
© Stephen Wright Photography

Brand new musical & Juliet, which features the songs of music maker legend Max Martin, won the most awards on the night – six – including one for Best Actress in a Musical for star Miriam-Teak Lee.

The cast of Come From Away
© Stephen Wright Photography

Following closely behind is Broadway hit Come From Away, which won five awards from five nominations, including the coveted Best New Musical. One of the show's stars, Rachel Tucker, picked up the Best Supporting Actress in a Musical Award, her second after previously winning in 2011 for Best Takeover in a Role (Elphaba in Wicked).

The cast of Dear Evan Hansen
© Stephen Wright Photography

Tony Award-winning titan Dear Evan Hansen won two awards – Best Actor in a Musical for its breakout star Sam Tutty, and Best Supporting Actor in a Musical for Jack Loxton.

Lucie Jones from Waitress
© Stephen Wright Photography
Tom Bennett and Oscar Conlon-Morrey from Only Fools and Horses the Musical
© Stephen Wright Photography

The winner of the inaugural BBC Radio 2 Audience Award for Best West End Musical (shortlisted shows must have run for longer than a year in the West End) was Six the Musical, which continues its run at the Arts Theatre and is now booking into 2021.

Andrew Scott and Claire Foy reigned supreme in the play categories, picking up the Best Actor and Best Actress awards for their respective shows – Present Laughter and Lungs, both at the Old Vic.

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Click here for the full list of winners and nominees

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