EastEnders’ Ian Beale – actor Adam Woodyatt – will be haunted by some faces from the past in a Children In Need sketch next month.
EastEnders‘ Kat Moon (Jessie Wallace) is to be inflicted with serious burns after a fire is started at the home she shares with her family. It was first reported last month that the Slater’s house will be torched by a mystery arsonist in one of the soap’s autumn storylines. The Daily Star Sunday has now revealed that Kat will sustain life-changing injuries in the blaze and that Wallace will have to wear special effects
EastEnders‘ Jean Slater will plot to get her daughter Stacey out of prison when she returns to the soap next month. The storyline sees Gillian Wright reprise her role of Jean on a short-term basis, while Lacey Turner – who plays Stacey – is returning to the show as a series regular. Stacey was imprisoned in March after confessing to the police that she was responsible for the murder of Archie
EastEnders bosses are planning to bolster the Mitchell clan with the return of Phil’s (Steve McFadden) son Ben.
EastEnders hardman Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) proves to be an unlikely source of comfort for his long time adversary Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt) in the aftermath of his daughter’s death. In scenes airing on Friday 25th April, Phil and Sharon (Letitia Dean) arrive at the Beales to offer their condolences to a distraught Ian following the discovery of Lucy’s body on Walford Common. However, Sharon is lost for words when she
EastEnders‘ Max Branning (Jake Wood) tries to help his former lover Stacey Branning (Lacey Turner) in tonight’s episode. After seeing Stacey back in the Square last night, Max arrives at Kat (Jessie Wallace) and Alfie’s (Shane Richie) desperate to see her. However, with emotions running high following her split from Luke (Matt Willis), Stacey locks herself in the bedroom and refuses to come out. Max eventually persuades Stacey to open the
EastEnders’ Lucy Beale (Hetti Bywater) will be sensationally killed off this spring in one of the BBC soap’s biggest ever mysteries.
EastEnders star Charlie Brooks is launching her own performing arts school that aims to “teach, inspire and build confidence” in aspiring young actors.
Coronation Street star Charlie Condou has told how an emotional hug from his four year old daughter brought about his decision to quit the soap. The actor has to spend a lot of time away from his partner Cameron and their two young children – who are based in London – whilst filming the ITV serial in Manchester. In an interview with The Mirror, Condou says he realised the situation was untenable when
BBC One soap EastEnders has acknowledged the floods that are affecting many in the UK. A scene featuring Mick Carter played by Danny Dyer and his wife Linda (Kellie Bright) discussing the on-going crisis was inserted into last night’s (14 February) episode. Entering the upstairs kitchen of the Vic whilst reading the Walford Gazette, Mick asked Linda what she is like at woodwork, adding “this weather – might need to build an ark. It says here the