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CATHERINE TYLDESLEY - who is best known for playing Eva Price in Coronation Street - has revealed some surprising news for her career, admitting she has been "dying" to announce her new venture away from the ITV soap for some time.

PUBLISHED: 22:54, Sun, Oct 18, 2020 | UPDATED: 22:54, Sun, Oct 18, 2020

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Ex-Coronation Street star Catherine Tyldesley, 36, who plays Eva Price on the ITV soap, has taken to her Instagram account to reveal what she has been occupied with during the coronavirus lockdown. The Strictly Come Dancing star spoke of her new venture away from TV, stressing she "can't quite believe it's happening".


Sooooo I’ve been dying to talk about this!!!!

Catherine Tyldesley

Alongside a selection of snaps of some talented actors in the industry, Catherine went into detail about her exciting new career move.

She confessed she almost "passed out" with excitement over her project throughout lockdown.

She began: "Sooooo I’ve been dying to talk about this!!!!

"I can’t quite believe it’s happening!!!"

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Catherine Tyldesley Corrie Instagram new moveCatherine Tyldesley 'dying' to announce career news (Image: GETTY/CATHERINE Tyldesley INSTAGRAM)

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The Strictly star went on to reveal: "During lockdown, I wrote a play.

"The most incredible west end producer read it, loved it, and told me he wanted to do it."

Catherine, who starred on Coronation Street from 2011 until 2018, discussed further: "We are blessed to have the most brilliant director - who is bringing such magical happenings to the play.

"The director asked who my dream cast was. I told him. We emailed them. They all said YES."

Catherine Tyldesley Coronation Street Eva PriceCatherine Tyldesley talks exciting career move away from Coronation Street (Image: Catherine Tyldesley Instagram)

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