Jodie Comer ‘whisked out of theatre in protection scare’ with ‘worrying’ lover

Killing Eve star Jodie Comer will make her West Stop debut in one particular-female exhibit, Prima Facie. (Image by Amy Sussman/Getty Illustrations or photos)

Jodie Comer was reportedly concerned in a “security scare” due to “worrying” supporter behaviour just after her 1-man or woman present, Prima Facie.

The Killing Eve star, 29, made her West Stop debut this spring with the critically praised adaption of the play by Australian playwright Suzie Miller.

Comer experienced so significantly been conference with fans outside the house the Harold Pinter Theatre following every single overall performance, even so, security employees have been reportedly pressured to intervene when 1 male caused alarm on Saturday evening (23 April).

According to The Sunlight, a male donning a fit and carrying a bouquet of flowers was observed making an attempt to consider and get less than a shutter primary to the phase doorway.

Jodie Comer will star in Prima Facie from 15 April to 18 June at the Harold Pinter Theatre. (ATGTickets)

An additional resource told Mail On line that “any protection problems were being settled immediately after the CCTV was reviewed and the curbing of fan meetings is to reduce the likelihood of COVID infection”.

A concept was later posted on the venue’s Instagram account, according to The Sunshine, which confirmed the Free of charge Male star would no longer be conference with lovers outdoors the location in order “to safeguard Jodie as much as possible”.

A person supporter explained to the publication that, since the crowd was mainly created up of youthful ladies, “this person was really out of place”.

“He was scrolling as a result of visuals of Jodie on his phone. A several of the supporters standing around him ended up concerned by his conduct, so they notified stability personnel,” they added.

Prima Facie sees Jodie Comer star as Tessa, an attorney whose occupation is built on defending rapists and discrediting their victims, who is then sexually assaulted herself.

Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh in the Killing Eve finale
Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh in the Killing Eve finale (BBC)

Pursuing her assault, Comer’s character finds herself at the mercy of the legal justice process that she when applied to her gain – one particular that favours adult males and disbelieves girls.

The actress’ West Stop debut will come just after the really controversial finale of Killing Eve, which saw fans say goodbye to Villanelle and Eve Polastri (Sandra Oh) in a way they did not hope.

The last episode sparked an instant backlash, specially among viewers within the LGBT+ community.

Luke Jennings – who wrote the authentic guides – also voiced his disappointment with the surprising ending, but has promised that Villanelle “will be back” in a new novel.

Prima Facie will keep on to operate until eventually 18 June.