Ian Dickens Productions and Derby Theatre have released a statement announcing the play will go ahead next week, despite its star, Dean Gaffney, recovering in hospital following a car crash.
The father-of-two was rushed to hospital in a critical condition before being stabilised, it has been reported.
Dean Gaffney was made famous in EastEnders, where he player Robbie Jackson.
Our thoughts are with Dean and his family and we wish him all the best for his continued recovery over the coming days.
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