Phoebe Dynevor is a far cry from Bridgerton in a dowdy baggy cardigan on set of The Colour Room

Sky Original drama The Colour Room continued production on location in Birmingham over the Easter weekend.

Phoebe Dynevor was a far cry from her regal look on Bridgerton as she transformed into real-life pottery pioneer Clarice Cliff to shoot scenes outside.

Donning a dowdy baggy cardigan, the actress, 25, looked pensive between takes as she waited to film with co-stars Matthew Goode and Darci Shaw. 

Working weekend: Sky Original drama The Colour Room continued production on location in Birmingham over the Easter weekend with Phoebe Dynevor spotted on set

Working weekend: Sky Original drama The Colour Room continued production on location in Birmingham over the Easter weekend with Phoebe Dynevor spotted on set

Working weekend: Sky Original drama The Colour Room continued production on location in Birmingham over the Easter weekend with Phoebe Dynevor spotted on set

The group were at The Black Country Museum for the scenes.

Phoebe wore her chestnut locks in tight ringlet curls and went for very minimal make-up, appropriate to the early 1900s setting.

She was seen in a teal blouse and brown skirt, adding black boots to the look.

She also changed into a brown tailored jacket at three quarter length trousers, which she paired with a bright red top which she wore under a matching brown waistcoat. 

Drab: She was a far cry from her regal look on Bridgerton as she transformed into real-life pottery pioneer Clarice Cliff to shoot scenes outside

Drab: She was a far cry from her regal look on Bridgerton as she transformed into real-life pottery pioneer Clarice Cliff to shoot scenes outside

Drab: She was a far cry from her regal look on Bridgerton as she transformed into real-life pottery pioneer Clarice Cliff to shoot scenes outside

Transformation: Phoebe used the wig to fully help her become the artist

Transformation: Phoebe used the wig to fully help her become the artist

Pioneer: In real life, Cliff broke the glass ceiling to revolutionise the workplace during the 20th Century

Pioneer: In real life, Cliff broke the glass ceiling to revolutionise the workplace during the 20th Century

Pioneer: In real life, Cliff [R] broke the glass ceiling to revolutionise the workplace during the 20th Century

Ready to film: Co-stars Matthew Goode and Darci Shaw arrived to shoot scenes

Ready to film: Co-stars Matthew Goode and Darci Shaw arrived to shoot scenes

Ready to film: Co-stars Matthew Goode and Darci Shaw arrived to shoot scenes

The star completed her second look with a pair of brown knee-high socks and brown brogue shoes.      

Staying safe amid the coronavirus pandemic, Phoebe made sure to follow strict rules by wearing a face covering while walking to set.

Matthew, 43, was seen laughing alongside Darci, 18, as they headed to set.

A far cry: Phoebe's Bridgerton look is very different to this one [pictured with co-star Regé-Jean Page who recently revealed he won't return to play the Duke in series two]

A far cry: Phoebe's Bridgerton look is very different to this one [pictured with co-star Regé-Jean Page who recently revealed he won't return to play the Duke in series two]

A far cry: Phoebe’s Bridgerton look is very different to this one [pictured with co-star Regé-Jean Page who recently revealed he won’t return to play the Duke in series two]

Unrecognisable: The actress, 25, was seen taking a break from filming for the Sky Original drama in the Midlands whilst wearing a brown tailored jacket at three quarter length trousers

Busy day: Phoebe wore her chestnut locks in tight ringlet curls and went for very minimal make-up, appropriate to the early 1900s setting

Busy day: Phoebe wore her chestnut locks in tight ringlet curls and went for very minimal make-up, appropriate to the early 1900s setting

Period drama: She was seen in a teal blouse and brown skirt, adding black boots to the look

Period drama: She was seen in a teal blouse and brown skirt, adding black boots to the look

Busy day: Phoebe wore her chestnut locks in tight ringlet curls and went for very minimal make-up, appropriate to the early 1900s setting. She was seen in a teal blouse and brown skirt, adding black boots to the look

Staying safe: Protecting themselves during the pandemic, the actors on set sported face masks

Staying safe: Protecting themselves during the pandemic, the actors on set sported face masks

Staying safe: Protecting themselves during the pandemic, the actors on set sported face masks

Matthew looked dapper in a stone three-piece suit and bottle green knee-high socks. 

He added a further pop of colour with a bright yellow tie, and also sported smart brogue shoes.

Darci wore a black apron dress and a gold-hued blouse. 

The film tells the true story of Cliff, a pioneering ceramic artist who became a rising star in the pottery industry in Stoke-On-Trent in the 1920s. 

Gushing about the production earlier this month, Phoebe said: ‘I am so excited to be joining the cast of The Colour Room, especially in the role as one of the nations most celebrated artists, Clarice Cliff. It’s truly such an honour to take on such a remarkable character. 

Taking a break: The film tells the true story of Cliff, played by Phoebe, a pioneering ceramic artist who became a rising star in the pottery industry in Stoke-On-Trent in the 1920s

Standing by: Phoebe waited for cameras to start rolling

Standing by: Phoebe waited for cameras to start rolling

Standing by: Phoebe waited for cameras to start rolling

‘The script is a beautifully written contemporary take on the 20th century, and I feel proud to be working with such a strong female team, both in front and behind the camera.’

Phoebe, who was catapulted to stardom after playing Daphne Bridgerton in the Netflix hit, added: ‘I look forward to telling Clarice’s story and of course working with Matthew too.’

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

She said of her role: 'I look forward to telling Clarice's story and of course working with Matthew too'

She said of her role: 'I look forward to telling Clarice's story and of course working with Matthew too'

Period drama to pottery! Phoebe was catapulted to stardom after playing Daphne Bridgerton in the Netflix hit

Period drama to pottery! Phoebe was catapulted to stardom after playing Daphne Bridgerton in the Netflix hit

Period drama to pottery! Phoebe, who was catapulted to stardom after playing Daphne Bridgerton in the Netflix hit, saying – ‘I look forward to telling Clarice’s story’

Co-stars: Matthew will take on the role of Colley Shorter, the factory owner who became impressed by Clarice's work and helped stoke her talent

Co-stars: Matthew will take on the role of Colley Shorter, the factory owner who became impressed by Clarice's work and helped stoke her talent

Co-stars: Matthew will take on the role of Colley Shorter, the factory owner who became impressed by Clarice’s work and helped stoke her talent 

The set: Streets have been transformed to look like Stoke-On-Trent in the 1920s for the upcoming drama 

In real life, Cliff broke the glass ceiling to revolutionise the workplace during the 20th Century, and the film will see her take ‘more and more dangerous risks’ to bring her creations to life.

The artist went on to create the Art Deco ‘Bizarre’ range while apprenticing for renowned Art Designer Fred Ridgeway, played by David Morrissey. 

It comes after Bridgerton fans were left heartbroken as the Duke, played by Regé-Jean Page, announced he will not return for series two on Friday.

Cosy: Phoebe plays the artist went on to create the Art Deco ‘Bizarre’ range while apprenticing for renowned Art Designer Fred Ridgeway, played by David Morrissey 

The hit Netflix series took to its official Twitter account to reveal that the actor, 31, who plays Simon Basset, the Duke of Hastings, will not return. 

Regé-Jean, who is set to star in The Gray Man, also took to Instagram to confirm the news as he emotionally said it had been a ‘pleasure and a privilege to be your Duke’.  

In a tongue-in-cheek statement penned as the mysterious show lead Lady Whistledown, Bridgerton tweeted: ‘Your Grace, it has been a pleasure.’   

The statement read: ‘Dear Readers, while all eyes turn to Lord Anthony Bridgerton’s quest to find a Viscountess, we bid adieu to Regé-Jean Page, who so triumphantly played the Duke of Hastings. 

Good spirits: Phoebe paired her suit with a bright red top which she wore under a matching brown waistcoat 

Costume: The star completed her look with a pair of brown knee-high socks and sensible brown brogue shoes 

Transport: She was seen getting into a vintage car

Transport: She was seen getting into a vintage car

Transport: She was seen getting into a vintage car

‘We’ll miss Simon’s presence onscreen, but he will always be a part of the Bridgerton family. 

‘Daphne will remain a devoted wife and sister, helping her brother navigate the upcoming social season and what it has to offer – more intrigue and romance than my readers may be able to bear. Yours truly, Lady Whistledown.’ 

Regé-Jean later confirmed his show exit in his own statement posted to Instagram where he shared a picture of himself in character and behind-the-scenes.

He penned: ‘The ride of a life time. It’s been an absolute pleasure and a privilege to be your Duke. 

Co-stars: Other cast members were seen on set between takes

Co-stars: Other cast members were seen on set between takes

Co-stars: Other cast members were seen on set between takes

Co-stars: Other cast members were seen on set between takes

Co-stars: Other cast members were seen on set between takes

Shock: Bridgerton heartthrob Regé-Jean will not return for series two, it was announced on Friday [pictured in character]

Shock: Bridgerton heartthrob Regé-Jean will not return for series two, it was announced on Friday [pictured in character]

Shock: Bridgerton heartthrob Regé-Jean will not return for series two, it was announced on Friday [pictured in character]

‘Joining this family – not just on screen, but off screen too. Our incredibly creative and generous cast, crew, outstanding fans – it’s all been beyond anything I could have imagined.’

Signing off his message, he added: ‘The love is real and will just keep growing ❤️❤️❤️.’ 

MailOnline has contacted both Regé-Jean and Netflix for further comment.  

Bridgerton was officially renewed by Netflix for series 2 in January after weeks of speculation.

The second season will focus on Anthony Bridgerton’s (Jonathan Bailey) quest to find a wife after his turbulent love life was played out in the first series. 

Statement: The hit Netflix series took to its official Twitter account to reveal that the actor, 31, who plays Simon Basset, the Duke of Hastings, will not be back

Statement: The hit Netflix series took to its official Twitter account to reveal that the actor, 31, who plays Simon Basset, the Duke of Hastings, will not be back

Statement: The hit Netflix series took to its official Twitter account to reveal that the actor, 31, who plays Simon Basset, the Duke of Hastings, will not be back

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