Cheryl clutches a huge bouquet of flowers as she exits the theater following her performance in A Ghost Story: 2:22 amid positive reviews from critics
On Friday night she made her big West End debut at London’s Criterion Theater in the production of A Ghost Story: 2:22.
And a beaming Cheryl looked chic as she exited another performance on Sunday after a slew of positive reviews from critics.
The 39-year-old hitmaker kept warm in a camel coat and carried a large bouquet of flowers as she made her way through the crowd of fans.
Star: Cheryl, 39, clutched a huge bouquet as she left the theater after appearing in Ghost Story: 2:22 in London on Sunday
She layered the look over a burgundy polar collar sweater and slipped into her black boots.
The beauty looked radiant and sported a glowing make-up with a smooth light pink lip as she stepped out.
Cheryl, who plays Jenny in the spooky play, was clearly pleased with her performance as she couldn’t stop smiling while out and about escorted by her security team.
DailyMail’s Claudia Connell gave the production three stars, calling it a “great start” for Cheryl’s potential acting career.
New role: DailyMail’s Claudia Connell gave the production three stars, calling it a “great start” for Cheryl’s potential acting career
“Her movements on stage are less natural – rather stiff in fact – and sometimes I miss some of her dialogue. She also speaks with an irritating upward inflection, where each statement sounds like a question.
“Mumbling and tone aside, Cheryl holds her own in the performance as she tries to convince Sam and dinner party guests Lauren (Louise Ford) and Ben (Hugo Chegwin) that something evil is lurking in their house.”
Taking to Twitter, fans – who were lucky enough to get tickets – gushed over the former Girls Aloud star’s performance.
Love it: Among Twitter fans – who were lucky enough to get tickets – raved about the former Girls Aloud star’s performance
One wrote: “You absolutely smash this my G so proud,” while another added: “Omg. That was wonderful. Cheryl, you were fabulous (so were you all).
A third wrote: “Cheryl was amazing in 2.22 – I really think she gave a really strong performance.”
While more added that she was “phenomenal” and “amazing” along with snaps of the star on stage.
On Friday, the star took the stage to begin her three-month engagement as the female lead of Jenny, followed by the roles of the likes of Lily Allen and Laura Whitmore.
It comes as Cheryl hit back at reports the show was starting late due to rehearsals running overtime and ticket holders had to queue outside in the cold while they waited.
On stage: Cheryl made her West End debut on Friday night during her first performance of Ghost Story: 2:22
I’m waiting to see Cheryl! Crowds are pictured outside the venue ahead of the show as it is claimed it started late
When call time came, fans were said to have had to wait, while The Sun reported guests waited over 15 minutes for the late start.
However, a rep for Cheryl told Web on Saturday: “The show started at 7.44pm and everyone was in their seats by that time.”
“It was delayed a bit as it’s the first preview and it was completely sold out, so a lot of people had to go to the theatre. The rehearsals didn’t overflow at all.’
The performance kicks off a three-month stint for the star and kicks off the new year with a bang.
Celebrations: Cheryl beamed and waved to fans at the end of the debut performance