EastEnders set switches from summer to Christmas in weeks as tree and lights put up outside the Queen Vic


THE EastEnders set has switched from summer to Christmas in weeks.

A tree and lights are up outside the Queen Vic.

A Christmas tree and lights have been put up outside the Queen Vic

The EastEnders set at Estree, Borehamwood, last month

Stars will soon film the seasonal special at Elstree, Herts.

But all might not be merry and bright.

Danny Dyer, 43, who plays Mick Carter, revealed we can expect a ‘dark’ Christmas. 

He said: “We’re due another dark Christmas, aren’t we? We’ve really took it up a level.”

The long-running BBC One soap returned to our screens on Monday this week.

But not everyone is in a festive mood, as Danny Dyer said: ‘We’re due another dark Christmas’

Cast and crew began filming again on June 29, more than three months after lockdown forced a halt in production.

A number of gripping storylines have now resumed, the fate of the Old Vic amongst them.

Viewers were left on a cliffhanger after the finale on June 16, as both Sharon Mitchell and Ian Beale swooped in to buy the iconic establishment.

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