Phoebe Dynevor turned into iconic ceramist Clarice Cliff on Friday as she continued filming The Color Room in Birmingham.
The actress wore white overalls as she smiled with her fellow stars in between takes as she continued filming The Color Room on Friday.
The 26-year-old Bridgerton star who rose to fame over Christmas for her role as Daphne on the show appeared in a cheerful mood as she filmed scenes alongside what appeared to be some fellow ceramics aficionados.
All smiles: Phoebe Dynevor turned into iconic ceramist Clarice Cliff on Friday as she continued filming The Color Room in Birmingham
Phoebe plays Clarice, a pioneering ceramic artist who became a rising star in the Stoke-On-Trent pottery industry in the 1920s.
Phoebe covered up her bright orange and green outfit and wore a large cream-colored cloak tied to the collar with a large black bow.
She covered her fiery locks with a dark brown wig and put on a black beret.
Phoebe was joined by Matthew Goode, who will take on the role of Colley Shorter, the factory owner who was impressed by Clarice’s work and helped fuel her talent.
Looks good! The star, 26, was joined by Matthew Goode, who takes on the role of Colley Shorter, wearing a brown suit and mustard tie
The Girls: Phoebe was joined by Anna-Kate Golding (left) and Safia Oakley Green (center) as she painted one on set
Pretty: The Bridgerton star turned into the iconic ceramist Clarice Cliff, a pioneering ceramic artist who became a rising star in the Stoke-On-Trent pottery industry in the 1920s
He looked typically lovely in a brown three-piece suit and matching mustard yellow tie standing over the women.
In another shot, he walked the streets confidently looking smart in a navy blue suit and burgundy tie.
She was joined by Call The Midwife’s Bronwyn James, Laura White, who appeared on The X Factor, Birdcage’s Safia Oakley Green and Meal For Two star Anna-Kate Golding.
They appeared to be playing a group of workers in white overalls and showing a new tea set to the public.
Seen: the woman sat by the clear ceramic, which was painted in orange and yellow patterns, while people watched them from behind the glass
Stepping out: Call The Midwife’s Bronwyn James walked between takes in a brown skirt and tights and sensible black shoes during filming
Ceramics: Old vehicles from the 1920s were parked in the street in front of the large window where the girls were sitting
Brave: Matthew dressed in smart, period attire as he and other stars walked the streets opposite Magistrates Court in Birmingham
The woman sat by the clear ceramic, which was painted in orange and yellow patterns, while people watched them from behind the glass.
Old 1920s vehicles, including an open-top bus, lined up outside on Corporation Street, which had been turned into a showroom for the movie.
Extras clad in period dress lined the streets outside opposite Birmingham’s Magistrates Court.
Phoebe stumbled on the production earlier this month: ‘I am so excited to be part of the cast of The Color Room, especially playing the role of one of the country’s most celebrated performers, Clarice Cliff. It is truly an honor to hire such a remarkable character.
Cast: Pheobe was joined by Laura White (left), who appeared on The X Factor and Meal For Two star Anna-Kate Golding in the upcoming period drama
Hustle and bustle: Extras dressed in period clothes watched the ladies in the window as they seemed to be having a good time
Cheerful: Laura White beams when she shows a bright orange vase while Phoebe looks on in amusement
“The script is a beautifully written contemporary take on the 20th century, and I’m proud to work with such a strong female team, both in front of and behind the camera.”
Phoebe added, “I look forward to telling Clarice’s story and, of course, working with Matthew.”
In real life, Cliff broke the glass ceiling to revolutionize the workplace in the 20th century, and in the film she will take “ increasingly dangerous risks ” to bring her creations to life.
The artist then created the Art Deco ‘Bizarre’ range while apprenticed to famed art designer Fred Ridgeway, played by David Morrissey.
In Character: Birdcage’s Safia Oakley Green (pictured) looked gorgeous smiling on the set of The Color Room
Hug: She covered her fiery locks with a dark brown wig and slanted down a black beret while hugging co-star Laura White
On Set: Old 1920s-era vehicles, including an open-top bus, lined up outside on Corporation Street
Other actors joining Phoebe and Matthew include David Morrissey, Darci Shaw, Kerry Fox, and Luke Norris.
Claire McCarthy will direct the film, which is based on Claire Peate’s BAFTA Rocliffe-winning script and is produced by Caspian Films, Sky and Creative England.
Discussing the film, Peate said, “The story is inspired by one image; a young factory worker who leaves her grim industrial reality behind and steps into the rainbow of the Color Room – a world of joy and possibility.
It was thanks to winning the script at BAFTA Rocliffe and having it performed onstage that it got picked up, and I am thrilled to now work with Phoebe and Matthew to bring The Color Room to life. ‘
Suave: Matthew walked the streets confidently looking smart in a navy blue suit and burgundy tie
Cast and crew: Corporation Street in Birmingham was turned into a showroom for the movie while extras hung out on the street
Props: An old-fashioned bus, with signs in front to London’s Oxford Street, ran on the streets of Birmingham