Police have released images of two men they want to speak to after a fight at a Bromley pub in which it is believed EastEnders’ Jessie Wallace and her Bromley panto castmates were caught up.

A man suffered a cut above his eye and had a drink thrown at him in an unprovoked attack in a pub on the High Street back on December 7.

Detectives from Bromley CID are appealing for information and have released CCTV images in the hope of tracing two men they want to speak to following the incident.

Police said the 49-year-old victim was sat at a table with two women – one of whom is believed to be EastEnders’ star Wallace, who was starring in the Churchill Theatre’s panto at the time - when they were approached by a man who started talking to them before punching a man in the face, causing a cut above his eye and bruising.

Police said a second man threw a drink at the victim.

Police were called at 8.20pm.

Both men are described as white and thought to be in their late 30s or early 40s.

The first man was described as being of big build and wearing a white t-shirt, while the second was describe as being of slimmer build and wearing a blue t-shirt.

Lesley Ashmall was at The Partridge where performers of the Churchill Theatre pantotime were enjoying a quiet night of drinks together before the commotion started.

Speaking to News Shopper the day after the attack, Lesley said: “There was a nice atmosphere until two drunks were asking Jessie for a photograph.

“They were hassling her for a photo and she said no because they were too drunk.”

It was at this stage Lesley said the two men started throwing glasses around the pub.

She said: “They must have broken six glasses, then they smashed the actor who was playing Nurse Nancy. After that they ran out of the pub.”

Lesley said Jessie was furious at what happened and now Nurse Nancy actor Jason Sutton will be sporting a nasty cut on his face.

Lesley said: “Everyone was fine apart from [Jason] who needed stitches, the police and the ambulance came.

“I’m surprised nobody was worse off, they started chucking glasses at her. She was furious with what happened.”

Police said no arrests have been made and enquiries are ongoing.

Detective Constable Francesca Bruni, leading the investigation, said: "This was a violent unprovoked assault on the victim who was left shaken after the incident.

"To assist the investigation, we are keen to identify and speak to the two men in the CCTV stills. If you recognise either or both of these men, please get in touch."

If you have any information, call Bromley CID on 020 8284 8811 or call Crimestoppers anonomously on 0800 555 111.