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  Nicole   January 20, 2015

She recently hit her landmark 100th perfromance in the hit West End musical Made In Dagenham, but Gemma Arterton is showing no signs of slowing down.

The 28-year-old actress was spotted leaving London’s Adelphi Theatre through the stage door on Saturday night, and she was all smiles as she was greeted by fans eager to take selfies with her.

The brunette beauty was picture perfect for her impromptu photo session, stepping out in a red minidress under a smart cream hooded jacket with black quilted raglan arms.

Away from the stage, Gemma has been speaking out in tireless support of the campaign for equal women’s pay. Speaking to Mel And Sue presenters, Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins, this week, Gemma said: ‘This subject matter is so important and I’m so passionate about it. At the end of the show I have a big speech and I have to convince everybody to stand up for women’s rights and some people stand up during the speech. I’ve seen men crying and women saying “go on” and that gives me the biggest buzz.’

Speaking Alan Carr before Christmas, Gemma spoke about the aid of social media in assisting the ongoing battle.

She said: ‘Feminism is in fashion, as made by Beyonce and Taylor Swift, now that they’re feminists, everyone else is [laughs]’.

The screen star was one of many at the Houses of Parliament in London to highlight the gender pay gap, which Labour claimed resulted in women earning £210,000 less over a lifetime than men.

Speaking about being in Parliament, Gemma admitted: ‘It was cold. Yeah, it’s huge – it’s very cavernous, The Great Hall and everything – it’s so old obviously, so it’s all stone and wood. But no, it was great, I wish I could have explored a bit further, gone off track, nosed around a bit, but it’s beautiful inside.’