Lily Allen makes a curious departure from the Noël Coward Theater by hiding her face after the last performance in 2:22 A Ghost Story… 24 hours after being “sick” backstage
Lily Allen made a cameo appearance outside London’s Noel Coward Theater on Thursday night, 24 hours after she “fell ill” in the West End Hall.
The singer and actress was back at work in the hit 2:22 play A Ghost Story after winning consistently positive reviews for her role as Jenny – a married woman who thinks her new home is haunted.
Stepping out of the theater in a pair of spotted slippers, Lily, 36, watched the waiting fans before disappearing inside.
Here it is: Lily Allen made a cameo appearance outside London’s Noel Coward Theater on Thursday night, 24 hours after she ‘fell ill’ inside the West End Hall
The British star then broke his previous habit of leaving through the side entrance, preferring to make his way through the front doors – a move that disappointed those who had been waiting for autographs.
Lily was seen hastily covering her face against the reflections of the camera flashes as she stepped out into the street after her last performance.
However, co-stars Jake Wood were on hand to satisfy those who had waited as he made his own nightly departure from the venue.
Make way: The British star then broke her previous habit of leaving through the side entry, choosing instead to fight her way through the front doors, hiding her face in the process
Here it is: Co-stars Jake Wood were on hand to satisfy autograph hunters who had waited as he made his own nighttime departure from the venue
Despite her apparent illness the night before, Lily managed to finish her show – with some fans taking to Twitter to praise her performance.
It comes after Lily faced backlash when she took to social media on Sunday night to share a snapshot of her pizza order, writing in the caption: “Not impressed tbh” before tagging the Pizza brand. Pilgrims.
She then shared another screenshot of someone who had texted her saying that her message “could end” the business and that it was “brutal for the business”, before firing back.
The follower wrote in his post: “Brutal to this company, publicly humiliating them, yikes!”
Lily then replied, ‘They shouldn’t be making pizza if that’s what they’re making. I paid it, I have the right to express my dissatisfaction. [sic]
The subscriber then said, “Totally, but you have 1.1 million subscribers with a lot of influence. Not to mention they’re probably trying to get back on their feet after the blocks and the like. Maybe a inbox on their Instagram would suffice, a message like this could end them. ‘
Lily replied, ‘1.5 million. And I think you’re actually more interested in telling a woman that she shouldn’t be voicing her opinions than you are on this particular matter. I understand it all the time, and I know it when I see it. Ask yourself if you would say the same to a guy? “
She later posted another story that read, “If you think I shouldn’t be complaining about shit on my platform, block, restrict, or stop following me.” The world is annoying sometimes, and I’m not here for all that cloutathon nonsense. If you can’t call a ** t pizza here, we’re all doomed.
Lily has since deleted her Instagram page.
Lily’s first West End show, 2:22 A Ghost Story, which debuted on August 3, received high praise from critics who applauded the production’s “macabre player” and his stellar stage presence. .
The star plays the character of Jenny in the thriller about four friends caught in a night of high tension.
She is joined on stage by former EastEnders star Jake Wood, City Of Angels actor Hadley Fraser and Julia Chan of Silent House.