Surviving stars of 'Allo 'Allo! yesterday reunited to unveil a blue plaque marking 35 years of the wartime sitcom.
The tribute was put up at Lynford Hall, a Norfolk country house that stood in for Nouvion town square and the exterior of René's café.Chortle, 8th September 2019
Today a blue plaque will be unveiled at Lynford Hall, Mundford, near Thetford, in celebration of the programme's 35th anniversary.
The event will see the surviving cast reunite for the first time at the hall, which was used to film a number of the outside shots of the cafe and Nouvion town square.Marc Betts, The Eastern Daily Press, 7th September 2019
It was one of the biggest television series of the 1980s - at one point getting around 14 million viewers every week.
But did you know much of the wartime comedy 'Allo 'Allo! was filmed near Thetford in Norfolk?ITV, 7th September 2019
Cast members of 'Allo 'Allo! have been reunited at the unveiling of a blue plaque to remember the sitcom.
The British Comedy Society (BCS) unveiled the plaque at Lynford Hall, Mundford, near Thetford, Norfolk.BBC, 7th September 2019
A blue plaque has been unveiled to recognise the 35th anniversary of 'Allo 'Allo!. The surviving cast reunited at Lynford Hall in Norfolk, where many of the sitcom's scenes were filmed, to unveil The British Comedy Society's tribute.British Comedy Guide, 7th September 2019
"Watch this space!" laughs actress Vicki Michelle, who played saucy waitress Yvette Carte-Blanche in the wartime sitcom.Nadine Linge, Daily Star, 14th August 2019
Sitcom 'Allo 'Allo! is to be honoured with a blue plaque at its primary filming location, alongside a surviving cast reunion, marking the show's 35th anniversary.British Comedy Guide, 5th June 2019
Actress who played saucy French waitress Yvette Carte-Blanche says on-screen embraces were hard work as Kaye was secretly gay.Richard Barber, The Mirror, 4th May 2019