Lily Allen dazzles in an elegant coral pink evening gown as the singer-actress leaves the Duke Of York Theater after her latest performance at The Pillowman
Lily Allen looked radiant as she left the Duke of York Theater after her latest performance, wearing a silky coral pink gown.
The 38-year-old embodied elegance in a maxi dress that simply showed off her toned figure and a matching salmon-colored mini bag.
Smiling as she left the theater, the “Smile” singer accessorized her look with a chunky gold bracelet and a pair of square tortoiseshell earrings.
Starring in a revival of Martin McDonagh’s The Pillowman at London’s Duke Of York Theatre, Lily pulled her platinum blonde hair back into a sleek slicked-back ponytail.
The singer, who was once awarded the NME Worst Dressed award, proved she could easily pull off a sophisticated look with bohemian comfort, wearing fluffy pink sandals as part of her unique ensemble.
Looking good: Lily Allen looked radiant as she left the Duke of York Theater after her latest performance, wearing a silky coral pink gown
Cut: The 38-year-old embodied elegance, wearing a long dress that simply hinted at her toned figure.
Lily has been consistently serving up her fans and audience designers, couture looks after finishing her grueling performances.
The mother-of-two has spoken about the challenges she has faced in her demanding role that has kept her away from loved ones for the current three months.
Taking to Instagram on Monday, Lily admitted that she was battling loneliness as a result, exacerbated by her children’s attendance at summer camp in the United States.
She wrote: ‘Hello Monday. 1 month to go for The Pillowman. I miss home, I miss my bubbas who are at summer camp, I haven’t even spoken to them in 2 weeks! tired and lonely, but the Banya always manages to get my blood flowing and lift my spirits.’
The singer recently appeared on This Morning alongside her co-star Steve Pemberton to discuss the production.
She said: ‘There’s a bit of violence in it. She is an artist and a writer and that is something I identify with. It definitely pushes the limits. He had a lot to take advantage of.
Lily has taken on the role of Katurian, a disturbingly violent storyteller who is imprisoned by a totalitarian state.
The Pillowman follows Katurian as she is brutally interrogated by authorities after a series of murders bear similarities to her tales.
Finishing touches: Smiling as she left the theater, the “Smile” singer accessorized her look with a chunky gold bracelet and a pair of square tortoiseshell earrings.
Recurring Theme: Lily has been consistently serving up her fans and audience designers, couture looks after wrapping up her grueling performances.
Starring alongside Steve Pemberton, who plays Tupolski, and Matthew Tennyson, who plays Michael, Lily plays the role played by David Tennant twenty years ago.
The black comedy “examines the role of the artist in society and asks what price we pay for freedom of expression,” according to a synopsis on the play’s website.
Speaking about The Pillowman’s discussions of censorship, Lily said the play raises many questions about free speech and the internet.
Lily, who is used to acting as a singer, said she likes the quiet nature of starring in a stage production.
The black comedy, which is “widely regarded as one of the best works of the last 25 years,” will run at London’s Duke of York Theater until early next month.