EastEnders' 25th anniversary exhibition

Mo Butcher, Brownie leader, Ethel Skinner and Dot Cotton

Wednesday 27 January 2010

Will you be attending our exhibition?

From the moment that Reg Cox popped his clogs, right through to Archie Mitchell coming a-cropper with the Queen Vic bust on Christmas Day, there have been no shortage of dramatic EastEnders moments in its 25 year history. Now, EastEnders25: The Exhibition will give fans the chance to see some of the most memorable props and costumes from a quarter-century of explosive Walford storylines.

The London event will take place on Friday 5 and Saturday 6 February. Application for ticket registration is now closed. For those that applied will receive an email as to whether they are successful.

We'll be reporting on the event as well as taking our own trip down memory lane for the past 25 years of explosive drama in Albert Square.

Grant, Peggy and Phil

On display to the public for the first time ever will be a selection of iconic costumes and props. Plus fans will have the chance to pose contemplatively for a photo on Arthur's bench where the great and good of Albert Square have bared their souls.

In the meantime, take a look at our gripping galleries from over 25 years, celebrating Walford's most notorious villains, crimes and deaths:

  • The rogue's gallery.
  • Our crimes and deaths gallery.
  • What's your biggest Walford crime?
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