Christopher Lloyd leads the stars as he arrives for the Back To The Future The Musical press night

He famously portrayed Dr. Emmett ‘Doc’ Brown in the Back to the Future trilogy.

And Christopher Lloyd led the stars at the musical adaptation of his hit films at the Adelphi Theatre in London on Monday.

The American actor, 82, wore a smart black blazer with a navy shirts and jeans as he posed for a slew of snaps ahead of watching Back to the Future: The Musical. 

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Doc: Christopher Lloyd led the stars at the Back To The Future press night at the Adelphi Theatre in London on Monday

The two-time Emmy award winner captivated audiences with his portrayal of the quirky, eccentric professor from 1985 to 1990.   

Christopher was joined by his wife Jane Walker Wood, 61, who looked stylish in black leather trousers and a black blazer. 

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She paired her outfit with a black polo neck sweater and pointed toe kitten heels. 

Also in attendance was Love Island’s Amy Hart, the beauty looked summery in a floral ruffled skirt and matching crop top. 

Film: The two-time Emmy award winner captivated audiences with his portrayal of the quirky, eccentric professor Dr. Emmett ‘Doc’ Brown in the Back to the Future films

Happy couple: Christopher was joined by his wife Jane Walker Wood, 61, who looked stylish in black leather trousers and a black blazer

Smile: The actor posed for a slew of snaps before the opening night performance

Her blonde locks were styled in loose curls and her glam make-up enhanced her natural beauty. 

Actors Lorraine Ashbourne and her husband Andy Serkis also made an appearance.

Lorraine looked effortlessly chic in a black dress with sheer polka dot detailing along her arm and chest.

Andy opted for a pop of colour in a multi coloured stripped shirt covered by a navy jacket.  

Also in attendance was Love Islands Amy Hart, the beauty looked summery in a floral ruffled skirt and matching crop top

Stunning: Her blonde locks were styled in loose curls and her glam make-up enhanced her natural beauty

Back to The Future screenwriter Bob Gale was in a jovial mood as he goofed around for photographers. 

He looked dapper in a tailored grey suit which he paired with a white shirt and grey tie. 

American singer songwriter Glen Ballard and composer Alan Silvestri were also spotted at the event.

Glen turned heads in a bright neon green suit which he paired with a purple T-shirt and hat while 

Alan looked sharp as he dressed in a black suit, shirt and tie.  

Looking smart: Actors Lorraine Ashbourne and her husband Andy Serkis also made an appearance

Silly: Back to The Future screenwriter Bob Gale was in a jovial mood as he goofed around for photographers

Looking good: American singer songwriter Glen Ballard and composer Alan Silvestri were also spotted at the event

The 1985 blockbuster and pop culture phenomenon Back To The Future has been adapted into a new musical adventure on the West End. 

Marty McFly finds himself transported back to 1955 in a time machine built by the eccentric scientist Doc Brown, he accidentally changes the course of history.

Now he’s in a race against time to fix the present, escape the past and send himself… back to the future. 

Adapting the movie for stage were the movie’s creators Bob Gale (Back to the Future trilogy) and Robert Zemeckis (Forrest Gump). 

The production features original music by multi-Grammy winners Alan Silvestri (Avengers: Endgame) and Glen Ballard (Michael Jackson’s Man in the Mirror), alongside hit songs from the movie including The Power of Love, Johnny B. Goode, Earth Angel and Back in Time.

Tony Award-winning director John Rando leads the Tony and Olivier Award-winning creative team.

One to watch: The 1985 blockbuster and pop culture phenomenon Back To The Future has been adapted into a new musical adventure (Christopher and Michael J Fox are pictured in the 1985 movie)