Camden’s central location, collection of outstanding architecture, and supportive council services makes it one of London’s most popular filming destinations. It offers quintessential London diversity, from the beautiful period streets of Bloomsbury and Holborn, through the leafy charm of Hampstead and Highgate, to the trendy streets of Camden Town itself.
Muswell Hill, Crouch End, and Tottenham are just some of Haringey’s impressive array of film-ready neighbourhoods. The highly versatile Finsbury Park is a standout location for filmmakers, providing a rich variety of landscapes as well as a unit base and a wealth of sports facilities.
Islington has a well-earned reputation as a stylish and desirable part of the capital. Known for magnificent residential squares such as Myddelton Square and attractive commercial locations like Exmouth Market and Camden Passage. Islington has been recognised by the film industry as one of the most efficient boroughs for filming.
A vast collection of modern and historic estates, Peabody is known for unique buildings and film-friendly residents. One example is the town of Thamesmead, which is famous for its brutalist architecture, tower blocks, and unique bridges and walkways.
Cresswells Garage offers a fully working petrol station, service station shop, MOT garage (with pit), electric charging points, jet washing and vacuum areas. The petrol station has both a modern and traditional feel with over 100 years as a family business.
Conway Hall is owned and operated by Conway Hall Ethical Society, a membership organisation and educational charity with a history spanning two centuries. The Hall hosts a wide variety of talks, debates, performances and community events. It is renowned as a hub for free speech and independent thought, for suffragettes, political radicals, scientists, philosophers, artists, performers; campaign, charities and other non-profit organisations.
Positioned in a beautiful natural amphitheatre capable of holding up to 15,000 people and with the stage facing an ornamental lake, the Bowl or Concert Platform, sits within the historic Grade II listed Crystal Palace Park, in the London Borough of Bromley. Established in 1961, Crystal Palace Bowl is an iconic South London venue; an outdoor amphitheatre.
A magnificent, 17th century, Grade II listed country house and former royal residence in Windsor Great Park. It currently operates as a charitable organisation, with Grade 1 listed gardens and expansive interiors which include ornate sitting rooms, dining rooms and a library.
A regency-style mansion house, set in a Grade II listed garden, complete with Drawing Room, Gallery, Dining Room and Historic Kitchens. The exteriors feature a stunning Orangery, ponds, sports pitches and Princess Amelia's Bathhouse - a period castle-like structure with manicured gardens.
Ancient Marketplace Kingston
Kingston Ancient Marketplace is situated in the heart of Kingston. Easily doubling for a square in a provincial, English market town or a European plaza, this lively location features various vendor stalls, a built-in fountain and a central, historic market building.
Amwell Street site
A former hospital and university campus, Archway is now a disused site with classrooms, offices, labs, a lecture theatre, changing rooms, an auditorium and more. FilmFixer has also recently built a hospital and waiting room set in the Holborn Union building on site.
A private college built in the Victorian Era features modern amenities within a historic building. Since its inception, St. Dunstan’s College has expanded to host modern football pitches, a canteen, a swimming pool and a doctor’s surgery.
Built in the 1890s, St. Hilda’s College is picturesquely nestled into a riverbank. From traditional brick and wood-panelled rooms to brutalist student accommodation and modern, Scandi auditoriums, this location is perfect for a wide range of shoots. An expansive roof terrace and modern tower also provide stunning views of the countryside and the historic Oxford skyline.
Strawberry Hill House is one of the most celebrated examples of Gothic Revival architecture in the UK. Each of the bedrooms with a unique style and flare, while keeping firm to the gothic revival roots of the location. The location has bedrooms with unique style and flare, a stunning library, a grand staircase, galleries and stunning gardens.
The Maas Gallery located in St James's in Central London was established in 1960. The gallery deals in Victorian, Pre-Raphaelite, Romantic and Modern British paintings, watercolours, drawings, reproductive engravings and sculpture, and the work of two or three living artists. Open to weekday and weekend closures, this versatile space within it's modern but traditional shop front is ideal for any size filming or photography.
The Trampery is a collection of artist studios, offices and collaborative spaces with the aim to support the arts by providing affordable workspaces. With sites across London, including Fish Island Village and Old Street, each offer an abundance of both filming and ancillary spaces and are comprised of multiple architectural styles.
The Westway Trust estate offers an incredibly diverse range of landscapes & settings encompassing urban, sports, dereliction and green space to name a few. With 23 acres in North Kensington, it is the perfect backdrop for any filming, photography or unit base.
A stunning example of brutalist architecture, Wolfson College's exteriors range from quadrangles - that show off expanses of concrete columns and glass - to perfectly preserved brutalist courtyards, riverscapes, bridges, terraces and gardens. The interiors are just as impressive, including meeting rooms, stunning lecture theatres, libraries, halls and reception rooms.
Young Space is a record label in Islington who are based in a stunning converted millinery factory. Designed by John Pawson, the building is set across two floors with an additional mezzanine, balcony and labyrinth basement.