[WhatsOnStage.com] - However the Julie Goodyear sketch was memorable as was one of the two Elsies. The tram crash was brilliant with special effects and the brian Capron as Richard Hillman very menacing. It was a shame that more original cast members were not present.
Five members of the Coronation Street cast; Julie Goodyear, Kym Marsh, Kevin Kennedy, Brian Capron and Katy Cavanagh grace the stage during the evening with a cameo on-screen appearance from the longest serving ...
MBE (born Julie Kemp, 29 March 1942) is an English television actress and media personality, best known for playing the long-running role of pub landlady Bet Lynch (later Bet Gilroy) on British soap opera Coronation Street.
[Metro] - The official Coronation Street musical starring Paul O'Grady, Julie Goodyear and Kym Marsh has had its remaining dates postponed after being dogged with a host of problems with the cast and production. Corrie musical Street Of Dreams had been scheduled
[The Sun] - Joe McElderry, the X Factor champ who also won ITV1's Popstar To Operastar last year, will star in the theatre production when it hits his home town of Newcastle. The cast includes Paul O'Grady, Julie Goodyear and Kym Marsh. Jenny McAlpine.
[ATV Today] - Julie Goodyear got the biggest cheer of the night so far when she appeared. On close-up, she didn't look quite right, her mouth in particular looked slightly swollen. One lady on my row said in the interval “She looked like a man in drag
[Mirror.co.uk] - It was Julie Goodyear, reprising her infamous role as Bet Lynch, who got the biggest applause of the night. As Julie, at 70 as commanding as ever, stepped out to hoof and sing her way across the stage, a diva in dangly earrings and lashings of red
[OK! Magazine] - Other familiar faces lined up for the show are William Roache (Ken Barlow), Julie Goodyear (Bet Lynch) and Kevin Kennedy (Curly Watts) – but the one name that's really making us quake in our boots is Brian Capron, returning to the role of
[LondonNet] - Coronation Street legend Julie Goodyear is also reported to have signed a £ deal to take part with bosses hoping she will be as big a hit as last series' winner Denise Welch. A show source said: "Julie may be getting on a bit but she's certainly
[Lancashire Evening Post] - Julie Goodyear MBE makes a highly anticipated return as Bet Lynch, complete with trademark beehive, big earrings and penchant for leopardprint. Corrie favourite Kevin Kennedy, who has made a name for himself on the West End stage since his departure