Coronation Street star Lucy Fallon has landed a new acting role in a radio play called Sour Hall which will debut next year.
She is currently filming the play which will see her character and her girlfriend move into a new farm – only to be tormented by ghosts.
Lucy will appear opposite Doctor Who star Pearl Mackie, and former Corrie actor Graeme Hawley, who appeared in the ITV soap as hapless serial killer John Stape.
Writer Laura Kirwan-Ashman recently revealed the horror play and we caught up with Lucy to get the lowdown on the new project.
She enthused to Metro.co.uk: ‘The play is about my character George, who has inherited a farm in Yorkshire. She moves into the farm with her girlfriend, Ash and all is not what it seems.
‘Terrifyingly spooky things start to happen. Will they make it through the winter!? Who knows…?’
Okay, it’s caught our attention.
She added: ‘Oh my god, I’m so excited! It’s been really fun so far because we are actually staying on a farm in Yorkshire, and we are playing out the scenes and doing all of the movements.
‘It’s going to be an immersive experience for the listener which will make it even scarier. It’s so nice to not actually have to get ready in costume and stuff though – I basically wake up and go straight into it. And it’s super fast paced which is completely different to TV.’
Viewers will also soon see Lucy back on our TV screens as she takes part in contest Don’t Rock The Boat alongside other celebrity faces such as Craig Charles, Fleur East, Shaun Wallace and Adam Thomas.
She left Coronation Street last year but has not ruled out a return in the future.
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