The 'Coronation Street' musical faces the axe after cast and crew staged a mutiny over unpaid wages.
'Street of Dreams' - a stage version of the soap - was postponed three weeks ago after just two performances so it could be reworked and producers were hoping to reschedule shows ''very soon''.
However, the chances of it returning are now looking slim after stars including Paul O'Grady, Julie Goodyear and Bill Roache joined backstage staff in refusing to work until they are paid.
All trucks, sets and costumes for have been withdrawn as part of a boycott. A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: ''It is absolute chaos and a complete farce. The actors, wardrobe department and make-up girls are all owed thousands.
''There are single mums in the show who cannot afford to keep going like this. They are massively out of pocket.
''One of the wardrobe ladies was even made to order in some stuff off her own back and has not been reimbursed. Cast members have had to provide their own costumes. It is a disgrace.
''Things have now come to a head, and the cast backed a move to hold all the equipment to ransom, refusing to give it back until their wages are settled. There is every likelihood the show will be axed altogether.''
The show - which also starred Kym Marsh, Kevin Kennedy and Katy Cavanagh - was due to be performed last month in Dublin, Belfast and Newcastle.
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