She received critical acclaim for her performance in 2:22 A Ghost Story.
And Lily Allen beamed as she stepped out of the stage door of the Noel Coward Theater in London on Tuesday night.
The hit-maker, 36, donned a chic duck-egg blue turtleneck that was adorned with flowers and paired the pretty piece with crisp white track pants.
Home time: Lily Allen, 36, beamed as she stepped out of the stage door of the Noel Coward Theater on Tuesday night leaving her show 2:22 A Ghost Story wearing a chic turtleneck sweater
The mum of two opted for comfort in new trainers and sported her signature blunt bangs with her raven locks in a bun.
Shortly after, her co-star Jake Wood, 49, donned a light pink hoodie.
He paired the sweater with jeans and rocked it with a baseball cap while waving a thumbs-up to the photographers.
In the audience was A-lister Bill Murray. The actor was spotted arriving at the theater in a bold patterned shirt under a brown blazer.
Co-star: Shortly after, her co-star Jake Wood, 49, who donned a light pink hoodie followed
Bill, 71, also wore pants and sneakers.
Last month, Lily faced criticism for publicly disgracing a pizza takeout company on Instagram by saying she was “unimpressed” with her order. Her social media page has since been taken offline.
She had shared a photo of her pizza order and wrote in the caption, “Not impressed tbh” before tagging the Pizza Pilgrims brand.
A-lister: In the audience was A-lister Bill Murray. The actor was spotted arriving at the theater wearing a bold patterned shirt under a brown blazer
Calm: Bill, 71, was also wearing trousers and trainers when he came to London’s theater understated
She then shared another screenshot of someone who messaged her that her post could “end the business” and that it was “cruel to the business,” before hitting back.
The follower wrote in their post: ‘Cruel to this cause, publicly disgrace them, yikes!’
Lily then replied, “They shouldn’t be making pizzas if this is what they hand out. I paid for it, I have the right to express my displeasure.’ [sic]
Oh dear: Last month, Lily faced criticism for publicly disgracing a pizza takeout company on Instagram by saying she was “unimpressed” with her order
Opinions: She later posted another story that read: ‘If you think I shouldn’t complain about s**t on my platform, block, restrict or unfollow me’
The follower then said, “Absolutely, but you have 1.1 million followers with a lot of influence. Not to mention they’re probably trying to get back on their feet after lockdowns and the like. Maybe an inbox on their Instagram would be enough, a post like this could end them.”
Lily typed back: “1.5 million. And I think you’re actually more interested in telling a woman not to voice her opinion than you are about this particular company. I get it, all the time, and I know it when I see it. Ask yourself if you would say the same to a man?’
She later posted another Story that read, “If you think I shouldn’t complain about s**t on my platform, block, restrict, or unfollow me.
Candid: She then shared another screenshot of someone who messaged her saying her message “could end the business” and that it was “cruel to the business” before hitting back
The world can be as annoying as f**k sometimes, and I’m not here for all that ass-kissing cloutathon nonsense. If you can’t yell pizza here, we’re all doomed.”
The star plays the character Jenny in the thriller about four friends who get caught up in a night of high tension.
She will be joined on stage by former EastEnders star Jake, City Of Angels actor Hadley Fraser and Julia Chan of Silent House.
The play follows Jenny, who believes her new home is haunted, but her husband Sam (Hadley) remains skeptical.
They argue with their first dinner guests, old friend Lauren (Julia) and new partner Ben (Jake), and decide to stay awake until 2:22 a.m. to discover the truth.
High praise: Lily’s production, which opened on August 3, has received high praise from critics who applauded the production’s “macabre playfulness” and her stellar stage presence