London Wimbledon Studios is back in the game
Date posted: 10.08.2015
Wimbledon Studios has officially reopened for business.
Its return marks an exciting moment for film and television production in the capital, with previous projects to film at the studios including The Iron Lady and The Gunman, as well as television shows Bad Education, Cuckoo and Episodes.
Following a site-wide revamp, the studios host two purpose-built sound stages of 7,000 sq ft and 8,000 sq ft, along with a large number of well-equipped production facilities, a large street set and a versatile set with dressable interiors. All are now available for hire.
Along with the improvements, resident broadcaster Marjan Television Network Ltd has also agreed a new sales and marketing deal with film and television location agency The Collective.
Great news for the capital
With film and television production booming in the capital, the reopening of Wimbledon Studios is excellent news for the city's screen industries and adds to the city's formidable infrastructure offer.
Our CEO Adrian Wootton welcomed the news: "London is at the heart of global production thanks to its unique combination of world-class skills, facilities, locations and expertise, all underpinned by the UK's generous Creative Sector Tax Reliefs. Studios are, of course, pivotal to the city's success, and given ever increasing demand from domestic and international productions, the reopening of London Wimbledon Studios couldn't come at a better time. The added space and improvements to the site will boost to the capital's considerable offer, and it is sure to be another feather in London's cap when it comes to attracting major film and television productions."