Venue

  • 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…

  • Seafront Bandstand With Attached Colonnade

    Seafront Bandstand With Attached Colonnade

    This unique bandstand built in the 1930s is a popular seafront venue for concerts and events. This Grade II listed building with its Neo-Grec style, distinctive blue domed roof with silver spire, outdoor seating area and iconic status makes it a fantastic location for filming and photoshoots.

  • Ornate Seafront Bandstand

    Ornate Seafront Bandstand

    Beautiful and unique, the Bandstand is located on Brighton’s vibrant seafront. It was first opened in 1884, was restored to its original condition, and reopened in 2009. Designed by Phillip Lockwood a Brighton Borough Surveyor, The Bandstand is considered to be one of the finest examples of a Victorian bandstand still surviving in England today. A stunning…

  • Large Park

    Large Park

    This is a very large park located in a bustling market town on the edge of the High Weald. A great place for those searching for green and lively filming or photoshoot locations. This park as so much to offer: café, picnic areas, tennis courts, football pitches, leisure centre, skate park, bowls club, sensory garden,…

  • City Centre Hotel

    City Centre Hotel

    A hotel with a restored wine cellar, bar, Grade II listed function rooms, ballroom and Regency Suites. A fairly large building throughout, with a myriad of styles and spaces, this is a versatile location for filming and photography.

  • Late 18th Century Country Manor House and Grounds

    Late 18th Century Country Manor House and Grounds

    Built in the late 18th century in the Greek Revival style, this large Grade I listed building is an architectural gem and family home set in beautiful parkland and enjoys wonderful views. This impressive house, with its air of grandness, history, woodlands and gardens is a great location for filming and photography.

  • Yacht Club

    Yacht Club

    This popular yacht club has a clubhouse, restaurant, bar and teabar, and is a venue for sailing but also Pilates, yoga, art classes, computer club, classic car club, rambling, book club, winter lectures and a cycling group. The club enjoys stunning views and has a friendly atmosphere – a lovely location for water and sports…

  • 18th Century Old Barn

    18th Century Old Barn

    Set in the heart of the beautiful South Downs National Park is this unique events venue surrounded by fields and paddocks. Features include a high oak-beamed roof, bar, flagstone flooring, outside area and plenty of character. This intimate and atmospheric venue and the picturesque countryside backdrop makes this a lovely location for filming and photoshoots.

  • 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.

  • 19th Century Jail Venue

    19th Century Jail Venue

    This spooky jailhouse was built in 1836 and is situated at the end of a secret, hidden passageway in an historic market town. Known as both a hotspot for ghost tours as well as a live music/comedy/theatre venue, this is a truly unique location for filming and photography.