EASTENDERS favourites Adam Woodyatt and Laurie Brett will reunite in the stage adaption of Looking Good Dead when it comes to the Theatre Royal next year.

In the world premiere production of Peter James' bestselling novel, Adam and Laurie with play husband and wife Tom and Kellie Bryce in Glasgow from Tuesday, January 25 to Saturday, January 29 

Laurie, best known for her ten-year portrayal of Jane Beale in Eastenders, said: "It is so exciting to be getting back on stage in such a thrilling play.

I'm a massive Peter James fan and to be working alongside my dear friend Adam as husband and wife again is going to be great fun. 

"And as a Scot, to be opening in Glasgow is the icing on the cake."

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Adam, who played Ian Beale since the show began in 1985 and is the soap's longest-serving cast member, said: "I am so thrilled to be working with Laurie on Looking Good Dead. 

"We formed such a great working relationship on Eastenders and it's brilliant to now be able to bring that to the stage. 

"The reaction the play has already from audiences has been amazing. 

"I've had so much fun doing the show and to have Laurie join us next year is a wonderful added bonus - she will be great. "

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The cast is completed with Harry Long, Ian Houghton, Leon Stewart, Gemma Stroyan, Luke Ward-Wilkinson, Mylo McDonald and Natalie Boakye. 

Looking good dead is Peter's fifth novel to be brought to the stage and follows the successful productions of The House on Cold Hill, Not Dead Enough, The Perfect Murder and Dead Simple.