Emilia Clarke showcased her elegant sense of style as she posed on-stage at the opening of The Seagull at The Playhouse Theatre in London on Thursday.
The actress, 35, wore a sand-hued knitted co-ord consisting of a crop-top and a high waisted skirt.
Her sleeveless top left her arms on show as she confidently posed with her hand on her hip.
She wore a pair of pointed white high-heeled shoes which added a few inches to her stature.
The star, who plays the role of Nina in the production, wore her hair pinned back with strands styled into loose waves at the front, and she opted for lashings of make-up to highlight her pretty features.
She was joined at the photocall by fellow cast member Daniel Monks who plays Konstantin in Anton Chekhov’s play.
Daniel cut a dapper figure in a black suit which he teamed with a white T-shirt and a pair of polished black shoes.
He posed arm-in-arm with Emilia as they prepared to perform together in the upcoming run of the play.
The Seagull follows the story of two actors who become embroiled in personal and professional conflicts.
The cast is completed by Tom Rhys Harries as Trigorin, Indira Varma as Arkadina, Sophie Wu as Masha, Jason Barnett as Shamrayev, Robert Glenister as Sorin, Mika Onyx Johnson as Medvedenko, Gerald Kyd as Dorn, Sara Powell as Polina, and Katie Buchholz, Tina Harris, Joseph Langdon and David Lee-Jones.
Actress Laura Haddock, 36, looked stylish as she left the theatre after the show, wearing a yellow and brown floral print mini dress.
The garment finished above her knee and featured loose ruffles at the hem.
She was in good spirits as she smiled before taking her seat for the performance earlier in the evening, wearing a black leather jacket over her shoulders.
Meanwhile, James McAvoy, 43, wore a navy blue shirt and matching trousers for his outing to the theatre.
He wore his shirt unbuttoned at the collar to give a glimpse at his upper chest and the short sleeves left his strong arms on show.
The actor wore a pair of orange-hued sunglasses and was happy to greet fans and sign autographs before the show.