Where was Partners In Crime filmed? – BBC TV Filming Locations

Partners In Crime BBC Filming Locations: 2015 Agatha Christie TV series starring Jessica Raine and David Walliams.

Where was Partners In Crime filmed?

Getting underway in September of 2014, filming for BBC One’s Partners In Crime took place at a number of locations in England, including London. However, much of the six-part series was shot in and around the north Norfolk coastal town of Cromer.

Partners In Crime: Tommy (DAVID WALLIAMS) with Tuppance (JESSICA RAINE) - Image Credit: BBC/Endor Productions/Robert Viglasky

Tommy (DAVID WALLIAMS) with Tuppance (JESSICA RAINE) – Image Credit: BBC/Endor Productions/Robert Viglasky

According to the Eastern Daily Press, specific sites used in Cromer included the beach, pier and the local council’s North Lodge building.

Also used to film the 2013 Alan Partridge movie ‘Alpha Papa’, Cromer Pier later underwent extensive refurbishment, only to suffer storm damage soon after that. However, further funds were soon invested into repairs, leading to Cromer being voted Pier of the Year in 2015.

Below you can take a 360° view of the pier using Google Maps Street View. This panoramic image was taken in October, 2014, around the same time as Partners In Crime was being filmed:

Located 23 miles north of Norwich, Cromer is currently home to around 8,000 people.

Set in 1950’s post-war Britain amidst much Cold War tensions, this Agatha Christie inspired series stars Jessica Raine and David Walliams as investigative married couple Tuppence and Tommy. Together Mr and Mrs Beresford stumble into a world of conspiracy, murder and secret agents.

Broadcasting over six episodes, series 1 of Partners In Crime is due to air in the UK on BBC1 during late summer 2015. This timing is designed to roughly coincide with the 125th anniversary of writer Agatha Christie’s birth. Born on the 15th of September, 1890, Britain’s most famous crime novelist created the characters Tommy and Tuppence Beresford, first appearing in 1922’s ‘The Secret Adversary’.

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