Gothic

  • Seaside Town By South Downs

    Seaside Town By South Downs

    Located at the foot of the South Downs and one of the largest towns in West Sussex, this is a seaside town with echoes of its old fishing town past and a rich history. With the famous Art Deco lido and pier, Ferris wheel and large beach as well as a varied history, a range…

  • Eclectic Seaside Town

    Eclectic Seaside Town

    This eclectic seaside town has a lot to offer filmmakers, from a wide range of architectural styles, an amazing beach and seafront, a Victorian pier and entertainment, to spectacular views and plenty of history. The town and all it has to offer means it is a sought after film and TV location.

  • Neo-Gothic School

    Neo-Gothic School

    Set in 30 acres of beautiful parkland in the South Downs National Park is this historic Neo-Gothic independent school with a resemblance to Hogwarts! Features include turrets and spires, a heated outdoor swimming pool, sports pitches, woodland, adventure play area, walled garden, Victorian greenhouses, wildlife pond, walled apple orchard garden and much more. With all…

  • Popular Coastal City

    Popular Coastal City

    Whatever you are looking to film, this city has it all – a large beach, pier, pier ruins, the eccentric Brighton Pavilion Palace, The Lanes, Pride, South Downs on its doorstep, arcades, antiques, Devil’s Dyke, culture, club scene, galleries andamp; street art, the marina, Volk’s Electric Railway, the famous Grand Hotel and the British Airways…

  • Pumping Station Exterior

    Pumping Station Exterior

    This pumping station originally provided water to Brighton and Hove from 1866 until 1975. Now an engineering and steam power collection with operational boilers and engines housed in high Victorian Gothic buildings with modern additions providing set build spaces. There is also an operational workshop, pond, grass lawn with glade of trees and engineers house…

  • Gothic Style Cathedral

    Gothic Style Cathedral

    This magnificent 940 year old Cathedral is a living church with a spire that dominates the horizon for miles around. Medieval stone carvings sit alongside world famous contemporary works of art. There are a number of additional spaces and buildings within the Cathedral quarter. The Cathedral church is surrounded by a green, and on the…

  • Royal Pavilion Gardens

    Royal Pavilion Gardens

    The Royal Pavilion Garden is one of a few fully restored regency gardens in the country. The garden was restored following John Nash’s 1820s plans and conform as closely as possible to the original lists of plants supplied to George IV. Today, they are maintained under organic guidelines, using natural planting techniques and organic compost,…

  • Grade I Listed Medieval Church With Wall Paintings

    Grade I Listed Medieval Church With Wall Paintings

    In an idyllic rural setting on the South Downs, in a loop of the river Arun, this church is a beautiful place to stumble upon. It is in the simple shape of a cross and remains virtually unaltered since medieval times; its calm and peaceful atmosphere evokes centuries of prayer. Though not large, its simplicity…

  • Gothic Victorian Building

    Gothic Victorian Building

    This Grade II listed building was built in 1862 and was formerly a library. With its history, Gothic architecture, glass dome ceiling, Fleur de Lis iron railings, theatre feel and many other original features, this is a fantastic location for historic filming and photography.