‘Coronation Street’ bosses have revealed a brand new promotional clip, which celebrates the show’s 57 history.
The ‘Then, Now & Forever’ campaign has been developed from an idea by executive creative director Tony Pipes, and depicts some of the most iconic scenes in the soap’s history, including both the moments themselves and an insight into how they were made.
These scenes include Hilda Ogden’s classic “woman Stanley, woman!” line and Vera Duckworth throwing her husband Jack’s clothes out of the window.
A number of more recent moments feature too, including Roy and Hayley Cropper dancing in the Blackpool Tower Ballroom and Kylie Platt’s dramatic death.
The ‘Corrie’ team recreated some of the moments at the soap’s current set, while others were filmed at Shepperton Studios.
The costumes were recreated with the help of additional archive footage, with actors cast to match the original performances.
Executive producer, Kieran Roberts, has shared his joy following the promo’s reveal, stating: “We’re delighted to have such a brilliant marketing campaign celebrating Coronation Street’s past, present and future.
“These promos are simply stunning and I’m sure viewers will love them as much as they love ‘Corrie’ itself.”
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