London Metropolitan University is a public research university in London, with roots going back to 1848 and it is one of the oldest institutions in London. The university has campuses in the City of London and in the London Borough of Islington.
The building house a huge selection of lecture theatres, halls, classrooms, meeting rooms, video conference suites, computer labs and much more, all easily accessible via public transport.
The Great Hall built in 1896 retains its beautiful Victorian architecture to this day. After being renovated refurbished in recent years, this versatile and licensed venue is used for a wide scope of events including conferences, exhibitions, trade fairs, award ceremonies, receptions and conventions
Originally Victorian public baths, the Wash Houses has been transformed into a contemporary and flexible event space. With large windows at the rear of the hall allow for plenty of natural light and access to a courtyard area.
The Graduate Centre was designed by internationally renowned architect Daniel Libeskind and is instantly recognizable on the Holloway Road.
In 2006 the University opened a new Science Centre as part of a £30m investment in its science department at the North campus on Holloway Road, with a "Super Lab" claimed to be one of Europe's most advanced science teaching facilities and 280 workstations equipped with digital audio visual interactive equipment.
The sites provide a flexible and versatile space for filming, with a facilities available for hire all year round with fewer filming hire restrictions during the weekends or out of term.
Previous productions filmed at London Metropolitan University include Luther and Silent Witness amongst many others.