Jenna Coleman is effortlessly stylish in trench coat as she leaves her West End show


Jenna Coleman cuts a stylish figure in brown trench coat as she leaves her West End show

Jenna Coleman looked effortlessly stylish as she was spotted leaving her West End Show on Saturday.

The actress is currently starring in the two-man show Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons at the Harold Pinter Theatre in London alongside co-star Aidan Turner.

Jenna, 36, stunned in a leather brown trench coat  as she stepped out of the theatre’s stage door after her latest performance.

The Serpent star toted her essentials in a burgundy bag which she clutched as she made her way out of work.

The actress appeared to opt for a natural make up look and wore her blonde tresses in a sleek side parting. 

Gorgeous: Jenna Coleman looked effortlessly stylish as she was spotted leaving her West End Show on Saturday

Ensemble: Jenna, 36, stunned in a leather brown trench coat as she stepped out of the theatre's stage door

Ensemble: Jenna, 36, stunned in a leather brown trench coat as she stepped out of the theatre’s stage door

Jenna grinned as she made her way home after another night treading the boards.

The stars’ play will be on-stage for a nine-week run and sees Jenna play rule-abiding lawyer Bernadette while Aidan Turner portrays free-spirited musician Oliver.

The official synopsis reads: ‘”Let’s just talk until it goes”. You’re going to speak more than 123 million words in your lifetime. What will you do when they run out?

‘Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons is a tender and funny rom-com about what we say, how we say it, and what happens when we can’t say anything anymore’.

The play explores a young couple’s response to a dystopian world in which words are rationed by ‘hush laws.’

The production is nearing the end of its nine-week run, with the final performances due to take place on Saturday, March 18.

Jenna and Aidan take starring roles in this two-hander, which is a West End revival of Sam Steiner’s debut play of the same name – a huge success following its debut at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2015.

However, despite the talent of the actors, critics have been left with a slightly sour taste in their mouth since the press night earlier this month.

The Serpent star toted her essentials in a burgundy bag which she clutched as she made her way out of work

The Serpent star toted her essentials in a burgundy bag which she clutched as she made her way out of work

The actress appeared to opt for a natural make up look and wore her blonde tresses in a sleek side parting

The actress appeared to opt for a natural make up look and wore her blonde tresses in a sleek side parting

Play: The stars' play will be on-stage for a nine-week run and sees Jenna play rule-abiding lawyer Bernadette while Aidan portrays free-spirited musician Oliver

Glowing: Jenna grinned as she made her way home after another night treading the boards

The stars’ play will be on-stage for a nine-week run and sees Jenna play rule-abiding lawyer Bernadette while Aidan portrays free-spirited musician Oliver

MailOnline’s Patrick Marmion gave the play two out of five stars and described the script as ‘gimmicky’.

He said: ‘Give [anyone] a gimmicky script like this one by Sam Steiner and they will inevitably wind up sounding like Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, waffling to kill time on This Morning.’

Offering the play three out of five stars, Time Out magazine described it as ‘a disarmingly bleak affair, or certainly in comparison to eight years ago’ – with Brexit blamed for its ‘dour’ tone.

However the ‘lovely’ set design was praised, while Steiner’s words – of which some have been rewritten since its debut – were applauded for standing the test the time.

Elsewhere The Times also offered three out of five stars, while claiming the play soon runs out of steam.

‘Can two good actors and a gifted director, Josie Rourke, make this cocktail of cute ideas add up to more than the sum of its parts? Not quite,’ they write.

‘Worse, a singsong of Total Eclipse of the Heart trails off when he runs out of words before she does. Every now and then they fall apart.’

Meanwhile The Telegraph claimed it was ‘tantalising, but limited’ despite strong performances from its two stars, writing: ‘Plenty for fans to admire, then, but a few syllables short of a humdinger.’

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