Lily Allen rocks an oversized grey-and-red sweater as she shares an embrace with pals after another West End performance of 2:22 A Ghost Story  

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She has received good reviews for her performance in 2:22 A Ghost Story.

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And Lily Allen, 36, looked generally chic as a low-key exit from the stage door at London’s Noel Coward Theater on Friday night.

The singer-turned-actress wore a large gray sweater featuring red V-shaped stripes and a red neckline.

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Rising: Lily Allen, 36, looked typically chic as she made low-key from the stage door at London’s Noel Coward Theater on Friday night

Farewell: Tying up her silky raven locks, the Smile hitmaker hugs a group of her friends before heading home
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Farewell: Tying up her silky raven locks, the Smile hitmaker hugs a group of her friends before heading home

She paired the number with a pair of black tights and grabbed a coordinating coat while donning a pair of onyx shoes.

The BRIT Award winner threw a small leopard-print handbag over her shoulder by her charcoal leather strap and wore minimal makeup to showcase her natural beauty.

Tying up her silky raven locks, the Smile hitmaker hugged a group of her friends before heading home.

Soon after was her 49-year-old co-star Jake Wood, who kept warm in a charcoal wool coat and matching trousers.

Low-key: The singer-turned-actress wore a large gray sweater featuring red V-shaped stripes and a red neckline

Low-key: The singer-turned-actress wore a large gray sweater featuring red V-shaped stripes and a red neckline

LOOKING GOOD: She paired the number with a pair of black tights and grabbed a coordinating coat while donning a pair of onyx shoes

LOOKING GOOD: She paired the number with a pair of black tights and grabbed a coordinating coat while donning a pair of onyx shoes

Stunning: The BRIT award winner sported a small leopard-print handbag flaunted by a charcoal leather strap over her shoulder and wore minimal makeup to showcase her natural beauty.

Stunning: The BRIT award winner sported a small leopard-print handbag flaunted by a charcoal leather strap over her shoulder and wore minimal makeup to showcase her natural beauty.

Happy: She shared a warm hug with a friend who wore a gray waistcoat

Beaming: He bids farewell to his friends

Happy: She shared a warm hug with a friend who wore a gray waistcoat

The EastEnders star shot a thumbs up towards the audience while storing her essentials in an unmissable red duffle bag.

Last month, Lily faced shaming a takeaway pizza company on Instagram by publicly saying she was ‘not impressed’ by their order. His social media page has since been deleted.

He shared a snap of his pizza order, writing in the caption: ‘Not impressed TBH’, before tagging the Pizza Pilgrims brand.

He then shared another screenshot of someone who had messaged him saying that his post could ‘finish’ the company and that it was ‘brutal to business’, before hitting back.

Heading Home: Soon after, she co-starred Jake Wood, 49, who kept warm in a charcoal wool coat and matching trousers.

Heading Home: Soon after, she co-starred Jake Wood, 49, who kept warm in a charcoal wool coat and matching trousers.

All right here: EastEnders star Jake gives a thumbs up to the audience

Handy: He stored his essentials in an inescapable red duffle bag

All right here: EastEnders star Jake shoots a thumbs up at the audience as he stows his essentials in an unappealing red duffle bag

The follower wrote in his message: ‘Cruel to this business, publicly shaming them, oh!’

Lily then replied: ‘They shouldn’t be in the business of making pizza if it’s their dish. I have paid for it, I am in my right to express my displeasure. [sic]

The follower then said: ‘Absolutely, but your 1.1 million followers is a huge influence. Not to mention that they are probably trying to get back on their feet through lockdown and such. Maybe one inbox on his Instagram is enough, posts like this can kill him.

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

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

Opinion: She later posted another story that read: 'If you think I shouldn't complain about s**t on my platform, block, ban or unfollow me'

Opinion: She later posted another story that read: ‘If you think I shouldn’t complain about s**t on my platform, block, ban or unfollow me’

Lily typed back: ‘1.5 million. And I think you’re actually more interested in telling a woman that she shouldn’t express your opinion about this particular business. I get it all the time, and I know it when I see it runs. Ask yourself if you would say the same thing to a boy?’

She later posted another story that read: ‘Block, ban or unfollow me if you think I shouldn’t complain about s**t on my platform.

The world is upset as f**k sometimes, and I’m not here for all those who kiss clothathon crap. We’re all doomed if you can’t say **t pizza over here.’

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

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