Alex is best known for playing Trevor Morgan in Eastenders, but recently he’s put a couple of musicals under his belt – ‘South Pacific’ and Little Shop of Horrors, for which he was nominated as best supporting actor in a musical. In 2005...
A quick invitation to invite you to an exclusive speaking event at Balls Brothers Minster Exchange!
Ross Kemp the BAFTA award-winning actor, author and journalist who, since his Eastenders days, has received international recognition for his documentary series investigating gangs around the world and the war in Afghanistan is at Minster Exchange this June 29th.
Ross will be speaking at a three course lunch in one of our private events rooms sharing his insight and experiences in an open and honest presentation and taking questions in a Q and A session with the audience.
Eastenders stars have joined other celebrities from from the television, film, music and sporting worlds to support Keech Hospice Care’s adult and children’s hospices.
The stars, including Rita Simons (Roxy Mitchell), Thomas Law (Peter Beale), Kara Tointon (Dawn Swann), Lorna Fitzgerald (Abi Branning), Madeline Duggan (Lauren Branning), Lucy Speed (Natalie Evans) and Martin Kemp (Steve Owen) have each painted a butterfly – a theme which was chosen to represent the beauty of all lives, however short they may be.
Danielle's Diary by Adia Rose is an amazing new fan fiction, danielle is alive and hiding in the square, she watches all the goings on in the square and is shocked to see how Ronnie, Stacey and all the other eastenders characters are acting.
Here is the first article, "I’m back on the Square. My whole body feels exhausted, it has taken me so long to get here. All I want to do is run to Ronnie and throw my arms around her, I can still feel what it was like when she held me. I can still hear her voice telling me everything would be ok. It wasn’t though was it. It breaks my heart...
The BBC's first ever all black episode of EastEnders which aired last night, gained an audience of 8.4million viewers.
The show which included references to civil rights leader Martin Luther King and racism showed an increase of over 1million viewers in comparison to last Tuesday's episode.
And this week the show was up against Champions League football on ITV1 rather than it's usual ratings rival Emmerdale.
The episode has sparked a mixed reaction. The Guardian’s Hannah Pool said she was surprised it had taken 23 years to broadcast such an episode.