Phoebe Dynevor sports white overalls as she continues filming The Colour Room in Birmingham

Phoebe Dynevor transformed into iconic ceramicist Clarice Cliff on Friday as she continued filming The Colour Room in Birmingham

The actress sported a pair of white overalls as she laughed with her co-stars between takes while she continued filming The Colour Room on Friday. 

The Bridgerton star, 26, who shot to fame over Christmas for her role as Daphne in the show, appeared in great spirits as she filmed scenes alongside what appeared to be a number of fellow ceramic enthusiasts. 

All smiles:  Phoebe Dynevor transformed into iconic ceramicist Clarice Cliff on Friday as she continued filming The Colour Room in Birmingham

Phoebe is playing Clarice, who was a pioneering ceramic artist who became a rising star in the pottery industry in Stoke-On-Trent in the 1920s. 

Covering her bright orange and green outfit, Phoebe donned a large cream cloak which tied at the collar with a large black bow.

She covered her fiery locks with a dark brunette wig and sat a black beret on top.  

Phoebe was joined by Matthew Goode, who will take on the role of Colley Shorter, the factory owner who became impressed by Clarice’s work and helped stoke her talent.   

Looking good! The star, 26, was joined by Matthew Goode, who will take on the role of Colley Shorter, and sported a brown suit and mustard tie

Looking good! The star, 26, was joined by Matthew Goode, who will take on the role of Colley Shorter, and sported a brown suit and mustard tie 

The girls: Phoebe was joined by Anna-Kate Golding (left) and Safia Oakley Green (centre) as she painted a on set

The girls: Phoebe was joined by Anna-Kate Golding (left) and Safia Oakley Green (centre) as she painted a on set

Pretty: The Bridgerton star transformed into iconic ceramicist Clarice CliffNew role: Her character was a pioneering ceramic artist who became a rising star in the pottery industry in Stoke-On-Trent in the 1920s

Pretty: The Bridgerton star transformed into iconic ceramicist Clarice Cliff, a pioneering ceramic artist who became a rising star in the pottery industry in Stoke-On-Trent in the 1920s

He looked typically suave in a brown three piece suit and complementary mustard tie as he stood over the women. 

In another shot, he walked confidently through the streets while looking dapper in a navy suit and burgundy tie. 

She was joined by Call The Midwife’s Bronwyn James, Laura White, who appeared on The X Factor, Birdcage’s Safia Oakley Green and Meal For Two star Anna-Kate Golding. 

They appeared to play a group of workers in white overalls and showed off a new tea set to the public. 

On display: The woman sat with the bright ceramics, which were painted in orange and yellow patterns, as people watched them from behind the glass

On display: The woman sat with the bright ceramics, which were painted in orange and yellow patterns, as people watched them from behind the glass 

Stepping out: Call The Midwife's Bronwyn James walked between takes in a brown skirt and tights and sensible black shoes while filming

Stepping out: Call The Midwife’s Bronwyn James walked between takes in a brown skirt and tights and sensible black shoes while filming 

Ceramics: Old vehicles from the 1920s era were parked on the street in front of the large window where the girls sat

Ceramics: Old vehicles from the 1920s era were parked on the street in front of the large window where the girls sat 

Dapper: Matthew dressed in smart period attire as he and other stars walked the streets outside opposite Birmingham's Magistrates Court

Dapper: Matthew dressed in smart period attire as he and other stars walked the streets outside opposite Birmingham’s Magistrates Court

The woman sat with the bright ceramics, which were painted in orange and yellow patterns, as people watched them from behind the glass. 

Old vehicles from the 1920s era including an open top bus were set outside on Corporation Street which had been turned into a showroom for the film.

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