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Zendaya attends Slave Play at London’s Noel Coward Theatre

Zendaya on Wednesday was pictured taking in the play Slave Play at the Noel Coward Theatre in London, England, posing with playwright Jeremy O. Harris at a press night performance.

The Euphoria star, 27, donned a green long-sleeved top with a panel of pleated fabric extending from the neckline to under the shoulders.

The Oakland, California native rounded out her ensemble with a khaki skirt and brown leather boots.

Zendaya had her wavy blonde locks pulled back on the summer night, with some of her light tresses cascading in front of her face.

The glamorous entertainer posed with the feted scribe Harris, 35, at the venue on London’s West End.

Zendaya, 27, on Wednesday was pictured taking in the play Slave Play at the Noel Coward Theatre in London, England, posing with playwright Jeremy O. Harris, 35, at a press night performance

Zendaya, 27, on Wednesday was pictured taking in the play Slave Play at the Noel Coward Theatre in London, England, posing with playwright Jeremy O. Harris, 35, at a press night performance 

Harris, who debuted his controversial production five years ago, donned an all-black ensemble of a coat with roomy pants and shoes.

The Emmy-winning actress was subsequently photographed as she exited the venue while flanked by security and organizers. 

Zendaya has spent time in London this summer, as she’s supported boyfriend Tom Holland as he performs in a production of Romeo & Juliet at The Duke of York’s Theatre.

Zendaya has been romantically-linked with her Spider-Man costar since July of 2021, praising him in April for the smooth and classy way in which he has navigated life in the limelight.

‘We were both very, very young, but my career was already kind of going, and his changed overnight,’ Zendaya told Vogue. ‘One day you’re a kid and you’re at the pub with your friends, and then the next day you’re Spider-Man.’

She added: ‘I definitely watched his life kind of change in front of him. But he handled it really beautifully.’

Zendaya plays the role of Rue on the popular HBO drama Euphoria alongside costars Jacob Elordi, Sydney Sweeney, and Hunter Schafer.

Last month, Warner Bros. Discovery execs Casey Bloys and JB Perrette told Variety  that plans are in the offing for a third season of the series with creator Sam Levinson in the planning process.

The Euphoria star donned a green long-sleeved top with a panel of pleated fabric extending from the neckline to under the shoulders

The Euphoria star donned a green long-sleeved top with a panel of pleated fabric extending from the neckline to under the shoulders 

The Oakland, California native rounded out her look with a khaki skirt and brown leather boots

The Oakland, California native rounded out her look with a khaki skirt and brown leather boots

The glamorous entertainer posed with the feted scribe Harris on London's West End

The glamorous entertainer posed with the feted scribe Harris on London’s West End 

The Emmy-winning actress was subsequently photographed as she exited the venue while flanked by security and organizers

The Emmy-winning actress was subsequently photographed as she exited the venue while flanked by security and organizers 

Zendaya had her wavy blonde locks pulled back on the summer night, with some of her light tresses cascading in front of her face

Zendaya had her wavy blonde locks pulled back on the summer night, with some of her light tresses cascading in front of her face 

Zendaya plays the role of Rue on the popular HBO drama Euphoria

Zendaya plays the role of Rue on the popular HBO drama Euphoria

Plans are in the works for a third season of the breakout series, according to Casey Bloys, who is HBO and Max's chairman and CEO,

Plans are in the works for a third season of the breakout series, according to Casey Bloys, who is HBO and Max’s chairman and CEO,

‘Sam is working on it,’ Bloys told the outlet. ‘There’s been a lot of back and forth … One of the issues I think that Sam is thinking about is that he doesn’t want to have it in high school anymore. That’s where it was set and what made sense then.

‘So when you take it out of that, there’s a lot of back and forth about where to set it and how far in the future to set it and all that stuff.

Levinson has ‘got a take that he’s excited about, and he’s busy writing,’ Bloys, who is HBO and Max’s chairman and CEO, told the outlet.

Bloys said ‘the same core cast’ will return for the series.