Bridgerton’s Phoebe Dynevor films The Colour Room with Matthew Goode

Filming has begun on Sky Original drama The Colour Room, Phoebe Dynevor’s first major film since she starred in Netflix hit Bridgerton

The actress, 25, was seen getting to work on set of her new project in Manchester on Thursday, and she joined her co-star Matthew Goode to film her first scenes.

Phoebe has traded the racy period drama for art as she transformed into real-life pottery pioneer Clarice Cliff by wearing a wavy brunette wig.

From period drama to pottery! Bridgerton's Phoebe Dynevor transformed into Clarice Cliff with brunette wig and wrinkled tights as The Colour Room filming began on Thursday

From period drama to pottery! Bridgerton's Phoebe Dynevor transformed into Clarice Cliff with brunette wig and wrinkled tights as The Colour Room filming began on Thursday

From period drama to pottery! Bridgerton’s Phoebe Dynevor transformed into Clarice Cliff with brunette wig and wrinkled tights as The Colour Room filming began on Thursday

Phoebe looked demure as she paired a black dress that had a colourful red, yellow and orange floral print with wrinkled tights. 

She completed her look by wearing simple brown heeled shoes and accessorised with an orange and brown scarf that clashed with her attire.

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

Matthew, meanwhile, looked dapper as he prepared to film a scene in a pair of blue linen pyjamas and a grey dressing gown. 

Quite a change: The actress, who played Daphne Bridgerton in the Netflix show (pictured with Regé-Jean Page) will now take on the role of Clarice Cliff, a pioneering ceramic artist

Quite a change: The actress, who played Daphne Bridgerton in the Netflix show (pictured with Regé-Jean Page) will now take on the role of Clarice Cliff, a pioneering ceramic artist

Quite a change: The actress, who played Daphne Bridgerton in the Netflix show (pictured with Regé-Jean Page) will now take on the role of Clarice Cliff, a pioneering ceramic artist

Inspiring story: The film tells how Cliff became a rising star in the pottery industry in Stoke-On-Trent in the 1920s

Inspiring story: The film tells how Cliff became a rising star in the pottery industry in Stoke-On-Trent in the 1920s

Inspiring story: The film tells how Cliff became a rising star in the pottery industry in Stoke-On-Trent in the 1920s

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 (L) broke the glass ceiling to revolutionise the workplace during the 20th Century

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

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

Busy schedule: Phoebe filmed scenes alongside her co-star Matthew Goode who was also seen out on set for the first day of filming in Manchester

Busy schedule: Phoebe filmed scenes alongside her co-star Matthew Goode who was also seen out on set for the first day of filming in Manchester

Busy schedule: Phoebe filmed scenes alongside her co-star Matthew Goode who was also seen out on set for the first day of filming in Manchester

Modest: Phoebe looked demure as she paired a black dress that had a colourful red, yellow and orange floral print with wrinkled tights

Modest: Phoebe looked demure as she paired a black dress that had a colourful red, yellow and orange floral print with wrinkled tights

Slight changes: For another scene, Phoebe wore a grey midi skirt with an orange top

Slight changes: For another scene, Phoebe wore a grey midi skirt with an orange top

Modest: Phoebe looked demure as she paired a black dress that had a colourful red, yellow and orange floral print with wrinkled tights

Quirky: Phoebe accessorised with an orange and brown scarf that clashed with her attire

Quirky: Phoebe accessorised with an orange and brown scarf that clashed with her attire

Quirky: Phoebe accessorised with an orange and brown scarf that clashed with her attire

Later on, Matthew looked more put together as he donned a brown three-piece suit over a white striped shirt and a bronze tie.

His raven tresses were slicked back into a coiffured style and he also was seen wearing a face mask to protect himself at the studios. 

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.

Slight alterations: As well as her quirky dress, Phoebe was seen with a white longline coat for another scene

Slight alterations: As well as her quirky dress, Phoebe was seen with a white longline coat for another scene

Cosy: She stayed warm by wearing a padded jacket

Cosy: She stayed warm by wearing a padded jacket

Slight alterations: As well as her quirky dress, Phoebe was seen with a white longline coat for another scene

Busy day: Clearly getting ready to film another scene on set, Phoebe did a quick wardrobe change into a black dress and a bonnet adorned with a floral accessory

Busy day: Clearly getting ready to film another scene on set, Phoebe did a quick wardrobe change into a black dress and a bonnet adorned with a floral accessory

Busy day: Clearly getting ready to film another scene on set, Phoebe did a quick wardrobe change into a black dress and a bonnet adorned with a floral accessory

Artistic: Phoebe also wore a chic light black coat and lace-up boots for another scene

Artistic: Phoebe also wore a chic light black coat and lace-up boots for another scene

Staying hydrated: Phoebe was also seen carrying a large water bottle with her

Staying hydrated: Phoebe was also seen carrying a large water bottle with her

Artistic: Phoebe also wore a chic light black coat and lace-up boots for another scene

Protective: In one moment on set, Phoebe had a hair net placed around her brunette wig

Protective: In one moment on set, Phoebe had a hair net placed around her brunette wig

Protective: In one moment on set, Phoebe had a hair net placed around her brunette wig

Relaxed: Matthew, meanwhile, looked dapper as he prepared to film a scene in a pair of blue linen pyjamas and a grey dressing gown

Relaxed: Matthew, meanwhile, looked dapper as he prepared to film a scene in a pair of blue linen pyjamas and a grey dressing gown

Also staying safe: After filming scenes, Matthew donned a face mask

Also staying safe: After filming scenes, Matthew donned a face mask

Relaxed: Matthew, meanwhile, looked dapper as he prepared to film a scene in a pair of blue linen pyjamas and a grey dressing gown

Dapper: Later on, Matthew looked more put together as he donned a brown three-piece suit over a white striped shirt and a bronze tie

Dapper: Later on, Matthew looked more put together as he donned a brown three-piece suit over a white striped shirt and a bronze tie

Dapper: Later on, Matthew looked more put together as he donned a brown three-piece suit over a white striped shirt and a bronze tie

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. 

‘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.

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

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

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

Preparing: Phoebe was seen chatting to a member of the crew while walking to set

Preparing: Phoebe was seen chatting to a member of the crew while walking to set

Preparing: Phoebe was seen chatting to a member of the crew while walking to set

Delighted: Gushing about the role 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'

Delighted: Gushing about the role 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'

Grateful: Phoebe added, 'It's truly such an honour to take on such a remarkable character'

Grateful: Phoebe added, 'It's truly such an honour to take on such a remarkable character'

 Delighted: Gushing about the role 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’

Thoughts: Phoebe claimed the film had a script that was a 'beautifully written contemporary take on the 20th century'

Thoughts: Phoebe claimed the film had a script that was a 'beautifully written contemporary take on the 20th century'

Thoughts: Phoebe claimed the film had a script that was a ‘beautifully written contemporary take on the 20th century’

Happy: Phoebe, who was catapulted to stardom after appearing in the Netflix hit, added: 'I look forward to telling Clarice's story'

Happy: Phoebe, who was catapulted to stardom after appearing in the Netflix hit, added: 'I look forward to telling Clarice's story'

Back and forth: Phoebe was seen walking to and from set in a variety of outfits

Back and forth: Phoebe was seen walking to and from set in a variety of outfits

Happy: Phoebe, who was catapulted to stardom after appearing in the Netflix hit, added: ‘I look forward to telling Clarice’s story’

Team: The actress used the hairnet to protect her wig when she went on a break

Team: The actress used the hairnet to protect her wig when she went on a break

Team: The actress used the hairnet to protect her wig when she went on a break

Quite a change: Phoebe looked markedly different from her usual glamorous self while out on set

Quite a change: Phoebe looked markedly different from her usual glamorous self while out on set

Stunning: Phoebe normally puts on quite the fashionable display in her day-to-day life

Stunning: Phoebe normally puts on quite the fashionable display in her day-to-day life

Quite a change: Phoebe looked markedly different from her usual glamorous self while out on set (pictured right in 2018)

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. 

Other actors set to join Phoebe, Matthew and David include Darci Shaw, Kerry Fox and Luke Norris.

Dressed to the nines: Matthew wore a red pocket square and brown brogues to complete his dapper look for the shoot

Dressed to the nines: Matthew wore a red pocket square and brown brogues to complete his dapper look for the shoot

 Dressed to the nines: Matthew wore a red pocket square and brown brogues to complete his dapper look for the shoot

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

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

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

Helping hand: Following Shorter's support, Cliff went on to create the Art Deco 'Bizarre' range while apprenticing for renowned Art Designer Fred Ridgeway, played by David Morrissey

Helping hand: Following Shorter's support, Cliff went on to create the Art Deco 'Bizarre' range while apprenticing for renowned Art Designer Fred Ridgeway, played by David Morrissey

Boost: Matthew carried a cup of coffee to set for the early morning shoot

Boost: Matthew carried a cup of coffee to set for the early morning shoot

Helping hand: Following Shorter’s support, Cliff went on to create the Art Deco ‘Bizarre’ range while apprenticing for renowned Art Designer Fred Ridgeway, played by David Morrissey

Great cast: Other actors set to join Phoebe, Matthew and David include Darci Shaw, Kerry Fox and Luke Norris

Great cast: Other actors set to join Phoebe, Matthew and David include Darci Shaw, Kerry Fox and Luke Norris

Great cast: Other actors set to join Phoebe, Matthew and David include Darci Shaw, Kerry Fox and Luke Norris

Claire McCarthy is set to direct the film, which is based on the BAFTA Rocliffe-winning script by Claire Peate and is produced by Caspian Films, Sky, and Creative England.

Discussing the film, Peate said: ‘The story was inspired by a single image; a young factory worker leaving her grim, industrial reality behind her and stepping into the rainbow of the Colour Room – a world of joy and possibility. 

‘It was thanks to the script winning at BAFTA Rocliffe and being performed on stage that it was picked up, and I’m thrilled to now be working with Phoebe and Matthew in bringing The Colour Room to life.’

Cosy: Matthew appeared relaxed as he strolled to set in costume, which alongside pyjamas also consisted of purple slippers

Cosy: Matthew appeared relaxed as he strolled to set in costume, which alongside pyjamas also consisted of purple slippers

Helping out: A member of the crew was seen assisting Matthew while he walked

Helping out: A member of the crew was seen assisting Matthew while he walked

Cosy: Matthew appeared relaxed as he strolled to set in costume, which alongside pyjamas also consisted of purple slippers

Crew: Claire McCarthy is set to direct the film, which is based on the BAFTA Rocliffe-winning script by Claire Peate and is produced by Caspian Films, Sky, and Creative England

Crew: Claire McCarthy is set to direct the film, which is based on the BAFTA Rocliffe-winning script by Claire Peate and is produced by Caspian Films, Sky, and Creative England

Crew: Claire McCarthy is set to direct the film, which is based on the BAFTA Rocliffe-winning script by Claire Peate and is produced by Caspian Films, Sky, and Creative England

Origins: Peate said, 'The story was inspired by a single image; a young factory worker leaving her grim, industrial reality behind her and stepping into the rainbow of the Colour Room'

Origins: Peate said, 'The story was inspired by a single image; a young factory worker leaving her grim, industrial reality behind her and stepping into the rainbow of the Colour Room'

Bringing the story to life: 'It was thanks to the script winning at BAFTA Rocliffe and being performed on stage that it was picked up, and I'm thrilled to now be working with Phoebe and Matthew,' Peate added

Bringing the story to life: 'It was thanks to the script winning at BAFTA Rocliffe and being performed on stage that it was picked up, and I'm thrilled to now be working with Phoebe and Matthew,' Peate added

Origins: Peate said, ‘The story was inspired by a single image; a young factory worker leaving her grim, industrial reality behind her and stepping into the rainbow of the Colour Room’

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