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Statues of movie stars will fill Leicester Square

Life-sized statues of Mary Poppins, Mr Bean, Batman and Gene Kelly will appear in Leicester Square from late February, as part of a star-studded new centrepiece for London's famous cinematic quarter.

Will Noble, Londonist, 7th January 2020

12 Days of Christmas Specials 7: The Thin Blue Line

I think that The Thin Blue Line has become somewhat forgotten in recent years, and that's just not right. It really is a classic sitcom, so why not remind yourself by enjoying this Christmas Special. And a word to Gold - please repeat this show!

Rhianna Evans, The Comedy Blog, 20th December 2019

Not the Nine O'Clock News at 40

The BBC sketch show not only kick-started 'alternative comedy' and some of the most influential careers in British comedy, writes Gerard Gilbert, but also the second great age of TV satire.

Gerard Gilbert, The Independent, 16th October 2019

Blackadder stars meet to discuss Series 5

The stars of Blackadder have reportedly agreed to reunite, after having met up in London to discuss the idea of bringing back the hit sitcom.

British Comedy Guide, 30th June 2019

Blackadder could return for one off special

Richard Curtis is "always hoping" there will be a Blackadder return in a TV or stage special.

Female First, 25th June 2019

Gold reveals Britain's Greatest Comedian list

Channel Gold has revealed the shortlist of 30 comedians who will be featured in its show Britain's Greatest Comedian.

British Comedy Guide, 1st May 2019

One Red Nose Day and a Wedding review

Twenty-five years after the release of Four Weddings and a Funeral, Richard Curtis's well-intentioned short sequel for Comic Relief gave rise to no laughs but some genuine pathos.

Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian, 15th March 2019

Four Weddings sequel: All you need to know

It launched the careers of stars like Hugh Grant, and inspired a slew of romantic comedies.

Now, 25 years after its release, most of the original cast of Four Weddings and a Funeral have reunited for a short sequel to be shown during Friday's Comic Relief telethon on BBC One.

BBC, 15th March 2019