Published: 08th July 2013
Actress Haydn Gwynne pulled on a pair of tights for the afterparty on the opening night of Noel Coward's Private Lives held at Kettners in London last week.
The former Rome star opted for a colourful emerald green dress, with a gold and bronze floral design, black heels and an opaque pair of tights.
Gwynne, who has starred in a wide range of British TV dramas, including Merseybeat and Peak Practice, has emerged more of a theatre actress in recent years, famously taking the role of Margaret Thatcher alongside Helen Mirren in Peter Morgan's The Audience.
She was joined at the afterparty by other acting luminaries such as Thandie Newton, Tom Hollander and Dominic West.
Anna Chancellor, who stars alongside West in the BBC Two drama The Hour, plays Amanda Prynee, the female lead in the latest adaptation of Noel Coward's celebrated 1930s comedy. Toby Stephens appears opposite Chancellor as her estranged husband, Elyot Chase.
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