Cheryl looked sensational as she left the Lyric Theatre on Friday night.
The star, 39, who is treading the boards as Jenny in 2:22: A Ghost Story, sported a stylish blue coat as she was greeted by a huge crowd of fans.
She paired the look with ripped denim jeans and black boots as she grinned and chatted to them before stepping into a waiting car.
Smiles: Cheryl looked sensational as she left the Lyric Theatre on Friday night in a powder blue coat and a white jumper
Cheryl also donned a white jumper for the evening out, wearing her brunette locks in a loose up do.
In the show, she plays Jenny, who believes her new home is haunted but her husband Sam remains skeptical.
They argue with their first dinner guests, old friend Lauren and new partner Ben and decide to stay awake until 2.22am to discover the truth.
Beauty: She paired the look with ripped denim jeans and black boots as she grinned and chatted to them before stepping into a waiting car
It comes after Cheryl was seen alongside Jake Wood in the play for the first time.
Cheryl was back in action as main character Jenny in new production snaps from the play, released on Thursday.
The budding actress was dressed in her character’s wardrobe of a burgundy long-sleeved dress with a floral print.
Grins: Cheryl smiled as she met fans after leaving the theatre in London following another show
Selfie: The star also posed for a picture with a delighted fan after the show on Friday evening in London
Leaving: The beauty paired her look with black boots and ripped jeans, happy after another performance
Her brunette locks styled into an updo, Cheryl clutched a drink in her hand during one scene as she worked alongside her co-stars Scott Karim and Louise Ford.
Jake, who plays Ben in the production – the new partner of Jenny’s friend Lauren (Louise) – was dressed in a dark blue suit with a light shirt.
Jake originated the character during the play’s first run in summer 2021 which starred Lily Allen in the main role.
Happy: The singer seemed happy and relaxed as she smiled and posed with fans and took selfies
Meeting: She wore a slick of pale pink lipstick as she saw crowds of fans outside the theatre in London
This is the fourth West End transfer of Danny Robins’ edge-of-your-seat, supernatural thriller.
The Lyric is the show’s biggest house to date and follows two seasons at the Criterion.
Last year 2:22 A Ghost Story had Olivier Nominations including Best New Play, and won the Best New Play category in the Whatsonstage awards.
Meet and greet: Cheryl smiled and posed with a multitude of happy fans following her evening at work
Swarm: A huge number of fans clamoured to meet and get a glimpse of Cheryl after they enjoyed her star turn at the theatre
Delighted: The singer was carefree and happy as she left. She is treading the boards as Jenny until April
Off we go: Cheryl looked out of the car as she prepared to leave the show and go back home for the evening
Hugo had to bow out of the play after being struck down with the flu, making him too sick to rehearse.
Hugo said: ‘I’ve had the flu. Due to being poorly during the rehearsal period, I’ve had to pull out of the play.
‘I’m absolutely gutted about this and I wish everyone involved in the play the best of luck. The cast are truly amazing.’
Jake added: ‘It was an honour to originate the role of Ben at the Noel Coward, winning the WhatsOnStage best supporting performer in a male identifying role in a play Award for 2021, and I am so excited to be rejoining the cast until the end of April.
‘Danny Robins’ script is funny, touching, and so entertaining and easily the best play I have ever read. If you’ve seen the show before, come back and see it again and I promise that you will enjoy it just as much as I know I will the second time around.’
Stepping out: After the photo session and meet and greet, Cheryl got into a car and headed home