Catherine Tyldesley opts for skintight sportswear as she joins Noel Clarke to film gritty police drama Viewpoint in Manchester
She’s been hard at work filming scenes for ITV’s latest police drama.
And Catherine Tyldesley cut a casual figure on Thursday as she joined co-stars including Noel Clarke to film scenes for the gritty series Viewpoint.
The former Coronation Street star, 36, opted for skintight sportswear as she arrived on the set in Manchester to film the series, along with co-stars Noel, Alexandra Roach and Amy Wren.
Back to work: Catherine Tyldesley cut a casual figure on Thursday as she joined co-stars including Noel Clarke to film scenes for the gritty series Viewpoint in Manchester
Catherine opted for the laid-back ensemble as she carried a bag full of clothes onto the set.
The Strictly Come Dancing star has been in the midst of filming for the series, which focuses on a tense police surveillance operation.
Former Doctor Who star Noel was also in high spirits as he arrived on the set, opting for a casual blue jacket and matching chino trousers.
Back on set: Former Doctor Who star Noel was also in high spirits as he arrived on the set, opting for a casual blue jacket and matching chino trousers
Action! Noel plays DC Martin King in the series, which focuses on a tense police surveillance operation
Stylish: Amy Wren was dressed in a more stylish ensemble including a smart grey dress and a salmon-coloured coat
Exciting: She plays the role of missing primary school teacher Gemma Hillman, who is at the centre of the police investigation
Looking good: She teamed the look with simple red court shoes as she strolled onto the set
Actress Amy also looked stylish in a chic geometric printed dress and a salmon mac coat, which she teamed with simple red court shoes.
Alexandra showcased a more quirky ensemble as she sported a denim flared jumpsuit with a brown velvet blazer and 70s-inspired blue leather ankle boots.
A couple of nights before, Catherine appeared to be in the midst of an emotional scene as she wore a downcast expression whilst filming in front of a candle-lit vigil with Dominic Allburn and their co-stars.
Funky: Meanwhile Alexandra Roach sported a 70s-inspired look, including denim flared dungarees and a brown velvet blazer
Lovely: Carrying a shopping bag with a bottle of wine, her character’s look also included stylish blue heeled ankle boots
Drama: The series is headed by Fleabag director Harry Bradbeer, and sees DC Martin King set up his observation in the home of single mother Zoe Sterling, played by Alexandra
The former Strictly Come Dancing star was seen holding her hands as if in prayer before her co-star wrapped his arms around her in comfort.
Viewpoint is centred around a plot involving a tense police surveillance operation, and Catherine’s character is yet to be revealed.
The series is headed up by Fleabag director Harry Bradbeer, and sees DC Martin King (played by Noel) set up his observation post in the home of single mother and secret voyeur, Zoe Sterling, played by Alexandra.
Back to work: The crew all donned protective face masks to prepare the cast for filming
Setting the bar: Viewpoint was one of the first TV dramas to begin filming after the TV industry was brought to a halt by the COVID-19 pandemic
Pals: Alexandra shared a sweet embrace with Dominic Allburn as they prepared to begin filming the scenes
Zoe’s windows look on to Westbury Square and the home of missing primary school teacher Gemma Hillman, played by Tutenkhamun star Amy.
She shares the home with boyfriend and prime suspect in her disappearance, Greg Sullivan, played by I May Destroy You actor Fehinti Balogun.
The series is based on an idea by Emmy award-winning Bradbeer and written with Silent Witness creator Ed Whitmore.
Anticipated: The series is based on an idea by Emmy award-winning Bradbeer and written with Silent Witness creator Ed Whitmore