The Coronation Street ladies put on a stunning display as they stepped out for the cast's Christmas party.

Most of Corrie's well known faces hit the town to celebrate the festive season at Refuge Bar, in Manchester, on Friday, December 7.

However it was the girls that stole the show in their glitzy dresses and beautiful outfits.

Tina O'Brien, who plays Sarah Barlow in the ITV soap, looked gorgeous in a sparkly red mini dress.

The 40-year-old wore a strapless dress which featured a statement satin bow skirt and a sequinned corset top.

She paired her Christmassy red dress with gold accessories including a pair of open-toe heels and a glitter purse.

She was joined Lucy Fallon, who previously played Bethany Platt from 2015 to 2020.

Lucy, who welcomed her first child with football player boyfriend Ryan Ledson in January this year, paired a navy velvet blazer with a sheer black bodysuit.

She paired the outfit with knee-high black stockings and heels featuring glistening bejewelled bows on the front.

Mollie Gallagher, who is known for portraying Nina Lucas on the ITV serial, put a maroon PVC jacket over a leopard print slip dress and a pair of platform boots.

Jennie McAlpine, who plays Fiz Brown, stepped out in a navy blue velvet jumpsuit, while, Jodie Prenger, who plays cruise ship singer Glenda Shuttleworth, wore floral red midi dress.

Harriet Bibby, who portrays Summer Spellman, also opted for a festive sparkle.

She paired a silver glittery top with a black satin mini-skirt which is hemmed with feathers.

Tanisha Gorey, who has appeared as Asha Alahan since December 2009, wore a brown maxi dress and wore her long dark hair down.

Channique Sterling-Brown, who has appeared on Coronation Street as Dee-Dee Bailey since September 2022, opted for a black mini-dress which is embellished with silver sequins.

Christmas is always an explosive time of year in the soap world and 2023 is set to be no different on the cobbles.

Tyrone Dobbs is said to be stepping away this Christmas, which means actor Alan Halsall will be taking a temporary break after 25 years on the show.

Peter Barlow is also set to leave his wife Carla distraught before walking away from Weatherfield.

Back in October, the soap's executive producer Iain MacLeod told Digital Spy and other press that this drama reaches its climax on Boxing Day.

He said: "They reach this enormous fork in the road where they love each other, but perhaps their happiness is no longer reliant on each other. Maybe they start to wonder if they'd be happier in some other situation somewhere else, basically."

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