By and large, last night's BAFTAs passed by without too much drama.

Apart from the odd award recipient stumbling onto the stage ("That step is real", noted 'Aftersun' director Charlotte Wells), there was no real controversy - although host Richard E. Grant did joke about Will Smith's Oscars slap in his opening monologue.

The biggest blunder of the night happened early on, when deaf actor Troy Kotsur - who won a BAFTA last year for his role in 'CODA' - was presenting the award for 'Best Supporting Actress'.

Kotsur was working with a sign language interpreter, and when he opened the envelope and signed the winner's name - Kerry Condon - his interpreter fumbled the announcement and instead said 'Carey Mulligan'.

The audience gasped as the interpreter then corrected himself and said that Kerry Condon was the actual winner, adding 'This is a bad moment.'

Mulligan was nominated in the same category for her role in 'She Said'.

The BBC broadcast edited out the blunder, which was reminiscent of the 'Moonlight' faux-pas at the Oscars a few years back - so we did not get to see Tipperary native Kerry Condon's initial reaction.

However, she (eventually) breathlessly took to the stage for a very wholesome acceptance speech that paid tribute to her 'Banshees of Inisherin' co-stars, her family and friends in Ireland, and even her horses and dogs.

When everyone had left the stage, host Richard E. Grant quipped: 'Defibrillator needed for Carey Mulligan.'