Lily Allen teams pretty floral turtleneck with tracksuit bottoms as she leaves her West End show

She’s scored rave reviews for her performance in 2:22 A Ghost Story.

And Lily Allen beamed when she stepped out of the stage door at London’s Noel Coward Theatre on Tuesday night.

The hit-maker, 36, wrapped up in a chic duck egg blue turtleneck that was adorned with flowers and teamed the pretty piece with crisp white tracksuit bottoms.

Home time: Lily Allen, 36, beamed when she stepped out of the stage door at Noel Coward Theatre on Tuesday night when leaving her show 2:22 A Ghost Story wearing a chic turtleneck

The mother-of-two opted for comfort in box-fresh trainers and was sporting her signature blunt fringe with her raven tresses pulled into a bun.

Following soon afterwards was her co-star Jake Wood, 49, who donned a pale pink hoodie.

He teamed the jumper with jeans and rocked a baseball cap while flashing photographers a thumbs up.

In the audience was A-lister Bill Murray. The actor was spotted arriving at the theatre wearing a bold patterned shirt layered beneath a brown blazer.

Co-star: Following soon afterwards was her co-star Jake Wood, 49, who donned a pale pink hoodie

Co-star: Following soon afterwards was her co-star Jake Wood, 49, who donned a pale pink hoodie

Bill, 71, also wore slacks and trainers.

Last month, Lily faced backlash for publicly shaming a takeaway pizza company on Instagram by saying she was ‘not impressed’ with her order. Her social media page has since been taken down.

She had shared a snap of her pizza order, writing in the caption: ‘Not impressed tbh’ before tagging the brand Pizza Pilgrims.

A-lister: In the audience was A-lister Bill Murray. The actor was spotted arriving at the theatre wearing a bold patterned shirt layered beneath a brown blazer

A-lister: In the audience was A-lister Bill Murray. The actor was spotted arriving at the theatre wearing a bold patterned shirt layered beneath a brown blazer

Low-key: Bill, 71, also wore slacks and trainers when he made a low-key arrival to the London theatre

Low-key: Bill, 71, also wore slacks and trainers when he made a low-key arrival to the London theatre 

She then shared another screenshot of someone who had messaged her saying that her post ‘could end’ the company and that it was ‘brutal for the business’, before hitting back.

The follower wrote in their message: ‘Brutal to this business, publicly shaming them, yikes!’

Lily then replied: ‘They shouldn’t be in the business of making pizzas if this is what their dishing out. I paid for it, I’m well within my right to express my displeasure.’ [sic]

Oh dear: Last month, Lily faced backlash for publicly shaming a takeaway pizza company on Instagram by saying she was 'not impressed' with her order

Oh dear: Last month, Lily faced backlash for publicly shaming a takeaway pizza company on Instagram by saying she was ‘not impressed’ with her order

Opinions: Later she posted another Story which read: 'If you think I shouldn't complain about s**t on my platform, block, restrict or unfollow me'

Opinions: Later she posted another Story which read: ‘If you think I shouldn’t complain about s**t on my platform, block, restrict or unfollow me’

The follower then said: ‘Totally, but you’ve got 1.1million followers with a lot of influence. Not to mention they’re probably trying to get back on their feet off the back of lockdowns and such. Maybe an inbox to 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 that she shouldn’t express her opinions than you are about this particular business.I get it, all the time, and I know it when I see it. Ask yourself if you’d tell a bloke the same?’

Later she posted another Story which 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 had messaged her saying that her post 'could end ' the company and that it was 'brutal for the business', before hitting back

Candid: She then shared another screenshot of someone who had messaged her saying that her post ‘could end ‘ the company and that it was ‘brutal for the business’, before hitting back

The world is annoying as f**k sometimes, and I’m not here for all that ass kissing cloutathon nonsense. If you can’t call out a s**t pizza on here we’re all doomed.’

The star plays the character Jenny in the thriller about four friends caught up in a night of high tension.

She is 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 2.22am to discover the truth.

High praise: Lily's production, which opened on August 3, received high praise from critics who applauded the 'macabre playfulness' of the production and her stellar stage presence

High praise: Lily’s production, which opened on August 3, received high praise from critics who applauded the ‘macabre playfulness’ of the production and her stellar stage presence

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