Bafta TV Awards 2015 red carpet pictures: Sheridan Smith, Maisie Williams, James Corden dress for star-studded ceremony

Graham Norton is back hosting the Baftas for the ninth time tonight

Jess Denham
Monday 11 May 2015 09:31
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Maisie Williams, James Corden and Sheridan Smith attend the BAFTA Television Awards 2015
Maisie Williams, James Corden and Sheridan Smith attend the BAFTA Television Awards 2015

It's Baftas time again, with TV in the spotlight tonight at London's Theatre Royal.

Sheridan Smith, Benedict Cumberbatch and Olivia Colman are just a handful of the big names up for major prizes at the star-studded ceremony, hosted by Graham Norton.

Prior to the ceremony kicking off at 7pm (BBC coverage begins at 8pm), the likes of Maisie Williams, James Nesbitt, James Corden, Mary Berry, Eleanor Tomlinson and Chris O'Dowd began arriving on the red carpet.

Have a flick through our gallery of gorgeous dresses and dapper suits below:

Smith is favourite to win her second Leading Actress gong for Cilla this evening, with Cumberbatch the bookie's bet for Leading Actor for Sherlock.

Colman has earned her fourth consecutive nomination, this year for her role as a vicar's wife in comedy Rev. She won for her highly-acclaimed performance as DS Ellie Miller in Broadchurch last year.

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