Michael Gambon, Toby Jones and Mark Gatiss join the stars of Ink in the West End
A swathe of stars turned out for the show's West End transfer
James Graham's Ink celebrated its opening night in the West End at the Duke of York's, after transferring from north London's Almeida Theatre.
Stars Richard Coyle and Bertie Carvel were joined by famous names including Michael Gambon, Toby Jones, Kate Fleetwood, John Sergeant, as well as director Rupert Goold and producer Sonia Friedman.
Ink charts the early career of media mogul Rupert Murdoch, responsible for creating The Sun tabloid newspaper and turning it into an institution.
Sarah Crompton gave the show four stars in her review, saying Bertie Carvel 'sends a jolt of electricity through the entire theatre'.
Ink runs at the Duke of York's Theatre to 6 January.