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  • Old Cinema

    Old Cinema

    A gorgeous, Grade II* listed Edwardian building opened in the early 20th century and lovingly restored to its former glory. The building, with its stunning interior, makes a fantastic location for filming and photography.

  • Brasserie Style Space

    Brasserie Style Space

    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…

  • 19th Century Engine House

    19th Century Engine House

    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…

  • Fully Operative 19th Century Engine House

    Fully Operative 19th Century Engine House

    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…

  • Large Grade II Listed Pier

    Large Grade II Listed Pier

    Located in the heart of a popular coastal city, this large Grade II listed Victorian pleasure pier is 1,722 feet long and is the biggest attraction in the South East. It was opened in 1899 and is home to fairground rides, bars, restaurants and deckchairs to enjoy the beautiful sea views. A stunning location for…

  • 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…

  • 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,…

  • Historic Country House and Estate

    Historic Country House and Estate

    Nestled in the rolling hills of the South Downs National Park in West Sussex, this is a historic 16,000-acre estate, with exquisite, landscaped gardens, a serene lake and sprawling woodlands. A truly authentic and thoroughly English country house and the perfect backdrop for any production, this is the perfect location for filming and photography.

  • Quirky Shopping Arcade

    Quirky Shopping Arcade

    Quirky shopping arcade located in the heart of an historic market town on the egde of the beautiful South Downs National Park. With its unique shops, coloured glass windows, high ceilings and ornate railings, this almost Harry Potter-ish little hidden gem is a delightful location for filming and photography!

  • Residential Street

    Residential Street

    Residential street in a popular coastal city. With its smart terraced houses and close proximity to the train station, this is a great location for city residential filming.