Stacey Slater, played by Lacey Turner, will make her Albert Square comeback next week EastEnders fans will be thrilled next week as Stacey Slater (Lacey Turner) makes her big return to Albert Square. But in typical Stacey fashion, it’s not long before she has the whole of Walford talking when she drops a huge bombshell on estranged husband Martin (James Bye).
The Walford icon is finally coming back Stacey Slater makes an epic comeback to Albert Square next week after wrongfully serving months in prison. The doting mum was thrown behind bars for assaulting ex-best pal Ruby Allen causing her a miscarriage, a crime she did not commit. And now Stacey, played by Lacey Turner, is finally released from prison and arrives back home to her family in Walford.
EastEnders actor Jamie Borthwick has played Jay Brown in the BBC One soap since 2006 and is even related in real-life to one of his former Albert Square co-stars EastEnders favourite Jay Brown finds himself caught up in one of Janine Butcher's (Charlie Brooks) money-making plots in upcoming scenes.
Since coming back to Albert Square Janine hasn't been quite as villainous as she once was - until now EastEnders viewers were left elated at the end of Monday's episode (October 18) of the BBC One soap. Since Janine Butcher's arrival back on Albert Square, she hasn't been quite as villainous as she once was, which isn't what many fans having been hoping for.
'Know that Salford spirit knows no limits': Tony Walsh goes back to his old stomping ground to deliver Salford love letter
“The poem is inspired by Salford’s ambition, drive and spirit" He knows every back alley of its streets. So who better to capture the true spirit of Salford . Poet Tony Walsh who worked as a housing officer for the council has returned to his old stomping ground for inspiration.
The star opened up following Myleene Klass' documentary on her own baby loss EastEnders favourite Tamzin Outhwaite has had her fair share of dramatic storylines as Mel Owen in the BBC, but she has opened up about her personal heartbreak off screen. The actress, 50, has spoken about her miscarriages on Twitter in which she described feeling a sense of shame.
EastEnders' Luisa Bradshaw-White played Tina Carter until the character she was brutally murdered by Walford's resident serial killer Gray Atkins - and after years of acting, she's stepped away from the industry for a while Former EastEnders star Luisa Bradshaw-White has made the most of her exit from the show and decided to try out something a little different.
MICHELLE Fowler is one of EastEnders' most iconic characters. She made a comeback in 2017 but it wasn't with the original actress Susan Tully. However, new Michelle's comeback was short-lived, with bosses cutting the character just 14 months after her return. The first time around, Michelle was played by actress Susan Tully, who left Albert Square in 1995 after 10 years to move to Alabama, USA, after discovering she was pregnant with her best friend Sharon's ex-hubby.
Just off the vast expanse of Albert Square in Manchester is a smaller square named after an American president. Unnoticed, for the most part, by post-pub revellers and shoppers, Abe himself towers above the scene in Lincoln Square, hatless, tousled hair flying and brow furrowed.
He's been on EastEnders since 1998 Thanks to his iconic role as Billy Mitchell on EastEnders, Perry Fenwick has become a household name. Playing the character since 1998, the actor serves as one of the longest-running cast members. But there's a lot more to Perry than Albert Square.
EastEnders star Shona McGarty has lived a fairly troubled life playing the role of Whitney Dean in the BBC soap, but away from the show, the star lives a very different life from her her character Actress Shona McGarty became a familiar face in homes across the UK for playing the role of Whitney Dean in long-running BBC soap EastEnders.
The ex-EastEnders actress is currently starring in Death in Paradise Death In Paradise star Michelle Collins seems like she has it all, but her life hasn’t always been what it seems behind the scenes. Former EastEnders actress Michelle – who appears in the BBC One drama tonight (October 13) – has become one of the UK’s most prolific TV stars over the years.
ADAM WOODYATT, 53, is one of the longest serving members of soap TV. Joining EastEnders in 1985, the actor has become a household name playing long-term resident Ian Beale. Yet a hiatus from the BBC soap left fans concerned, and since the actor has spoken out about the importance of looking after your mental health.
EASTENDERS viewers couldn't help but be seriously distracted by Kathy Beale's appearance as returned to Walford this week. The long-standing Albert Square resident's sun-kissed look was the main topic of conversation as she rejoined her family on the BBC soap. Back from holiday, the character - played by Gillian Taylforth - was greeted by grandson Bobby, who had put on a sweet homemade breakfast and flowers for her arrival.
I'm A Celebrity 2021: Eastenders star Adam Woodyatt 'signs up' for ITV show Woodyatt is famous for his portrayal of Albert Square legend Ian Beale who has been absent from the soap after his role in the death of young Dennis, son of Sharon. Woodyatt has not featured on the long-running BBC soap since early 2021 when his character left the square and has been touring the UK with his role in the theatre production of Peter James’ Looking Good Dead.
Woodyatt, who grew up in Llanidloes, is famous for his portrayal of Albert Square legend Ian Beale who has been absent from the soap after his role in the death of young Dennis, son of Sharon. Woodyatt has not featured on the long-running BBC soap since early 2021 when his character left the square and has been touring the UK with his role in the theatre production of Peter James’ Looking Good Dead.
EastEnders is set for an explosive Christmas as bosses are said to be putting the lives of many of its famous characters at risk in a huge terrorist bomb storyline There is always drama in EastEnders at Christmas time and this year could see the most explosive storyline to date as a terrorist bomb is reportedly set to be planted in Albert Square.
A BUSY schedule of filming meant Maisie Smith struggled to let her hair down while playing Tiffany Butcher in EastEnders. But after announcing she is leaving the soap, she was able to hit the town to celebrate. In a mini-skirt and bralet, MaisIe went out with her sister Scarlett and mates to East London ping pong bar Bounce.
EastEnders Christmas storyline will see terrorist bomb planted in Albert Square putting all stars’ lives at risk
EASTENDERS favourites — and their fans — face an explosive Christmas as a terrorist bomb is planted in Albert Square, putting all the residents’ lives at risk. BBC bosses hope the unprecedented dramatic storyline will attract viewers back in numbers after the iconic soap has been hit by a recent slump in ratings.