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Looking to base your production in a studio in London? We can help you find a studio or alternative space that fits your specifications and schedule.
Some of the world's finest and most historic film studios are based in and around the capital. With a diverse range of spaces and facilities, London can offer an unparalleled base for your production.
- 3 Mills Studios
- Ealing Studios
- Elstree Studios
- Longcross Studios
- London Wimbledon Studios
- Pinewood Studios
- Shepperton Studios
- Twickenham Studios
- Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden
- West London Film Studios
Alternative studio space
In addition to established studios, the capital also boasts a wide range of alternative spaces suitable for your film, television or animation production.
Some of the spaces available include:
- ExCeL London
- Gillette Building
- Jetha House
- Neasden Studios
- The Printworks
- West Hall, Alexandra Palace
We have many more stage options available in our database. Contact us with your requirements and we'll help to find the perfect space for your shoot.
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