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Venues for filming in London

Looking for film locations in London can feel like searching for a needle in a haystack. Let’s be honest, when it comes to venues, London has a lot to offer - and don’t we know it. That’s why, in typical eve fashion, we’ve done all the hard work for you.

eve is proud to represent some of London’s most iconic filming locations. From London Fashion Week to The Crown, we’ve done it all. We’ve hosted period dramas, movies and many a TV ad: whatever your next project, eve will help you find the right location. Take a look at the full eve filming location brochure.


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From grand weddings and summer parties to more intimate gatherings, the stunning outdoor spaces at this London venue provide a breath-taking backdrop whatever the occasion.

West London

Set in East London, this modern, newly built event venue is bursting with bright and airy spaces. There’s an open-air terrace too.

Central London

On the corner of St James’s Park, this venue is surrounded by iconic landmarks and boasts state of the art interiors that are incredibly well-designed.

Central London

A truly remarkable venue and just a stone’s throw away from St Paul’s Cathedral, this will leave an impression with its gold leaf and stained-glass windows.

Central London
St. Paul's

A stunning backdrop to any event, this venue has an exclusive Crown Estate location that will provide your guests with an unforgettable experience.

Central London
Piccadilly Circus

Behind the doors, you will find some of London’s finest and most inspiring event spaces. Tucked away behind the strand, it is well connected

Central London

Overlooking Regent’s Park, this venue has a superb location and is highly adaptable. A unique building with unique spaces.

Central London
Regent's Park

Looking for a truly memorable venue? This could be the one. Situated near the ruins of the City’s roman walls, it’s the perfect, central spot.

Central London
St Pauls

With two outside spaces - a rarity in London, this venue houses some of London’s most interesting event spaces and is steeped in history and beauty.

Central London

How to find the right wedding venue for you

The most important thing to think about when it comes to choosing your wedding venue, is you. Your parents, friends or family may want something specific for you – but if you don’t want it, it shouldn’t be what you have.

The number one rule for eve weddings: what the Bride and Groom say goes.

Think about your key criteria: perhaps you’re choosing a wedding venue in London for the riverside views, convenient transport options or just because you love it – either way, stick to this criteria. Do you need a licensed venue? Outdoor or indoor? Work out what’s important to you and your venue to have and don’t budge.

Our collection of wedding venues in London

Palace, poolside, museum… eve can help you find that stuff-of-dreams wedding venue in London. We can even help organise the whole package for you: the ceremony, catering and on-site facilities and, to whet your appetite, how about a private menu tasting for two? It’s all part of the package.

Our hand-picked selection of London wedding venues are each unique in their own way: eve loves venues with a story. From the British Medical Association HQ and historical Livery Halls to museums and previously private residences, all of our venues have unbeatable views of iconic London and those all-important transport links.

Take a look at the full eve wedding venue brochure

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1How does eve work?

eve is a venue finder covering some of London’s most iconic spaces. Our portfolio includes everything from historic period architecture to modern and contemporary rooms suitable for fashion shows and promotional events. It’s the job of our experienced event management gurus to help you find the right filming location for your upcoming project.

2Can we come the day before and store equipment?

You will need to work this out with your venue as each filming location has different policies. Most eve filming locations will allow access early in the morning and late into the night depending on the requirements of your project, but it varies venue to venue.

3Is there space for hair, make-up and wardrobe?

Many eve filming locations have spaces that work well for cast make-up, hair, wardrobe and break space.

4Can you provide catering for cast and crew?

As part of industry-renowned caterers, CH&Co, our venues can provide on-site catering for cast and crew that’ll help to keep people fuelled, nourished and ready to go.

5Is it possible to have exclusive hire of the whole venue?

All of our filming locations provide exclusive hire options, so you can work with your chosen venue to work out how much of the building you will need for your project.

Eve's Opinion

1Prince Philip House

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Featured in The Crown, The Riot Club and St. Trinian’s, the exterior of this Carlton House Terrace location is a popular choice for filming in London – and with space inside for cast quarters, hair, make-up and wardrobe, the look of the building isn’t all that appeals. Blank canvas spaces provide ample opportunity for bespoke projects as well as branding, and the venue comes with built in A/V, supplier entrance, exclusive hire and artwork is removable throughout.

2Dartmouth House

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For a stately home vibe, Dartmouth House is pretty unbeatable. Fashion labels love it, and Sky TV’s Catherine the Great (lead by Dame Helen Mirren) chose Dartmouth House to celebrate the show’s launch in 2019. It’s a tranquil home-away-from home with outdoor space, exclusive hire availability, branded access, four different spaces to choose from, a central London location and a very beautiful piano.

3Old Royal Naval College

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Described as ‘the sistine chapel of the UK’, Old Royal Naval College based in Greenwich is luxurious, large and, hands down, one of London’s finest and most popular locations for filming. The world famous Painted Hall was 19 years in the making and, trust us, it shows. There are multiple spaces available including impressive outdoor grounds, on-site parking, branding opportunities and exclusive hire is available.

4BMA House

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The Courtyard and driveway of BMA House have become Buckingham Palace, hosted comedy legend John Cleese and BBC One’s Spooks, and boasts quite the resumé as a filming location. BMA House was once home to Charles Dickens, and keeps its homely feel with two outdoor spaces, ‘royal’ balconies, a botanical garden and 22 indoor spaces.

5Royal College of Physicians

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Royal College of Physicians is a versatile, Grade I listed building overlooking Regent’s Park, with a number of spaces both old and new. The differing spaces available make RCP suitable for TV dramas, films, live broadcasting, fashion shows and photo shoots. As London filming locations go, this is another one with impressive experience, and has been featured in Wonder Woman 1984, Paddington Bear 2, Mamma Mia 2 and The Crown.

6Plaisterers’ Hall

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The largest Livery Hall in London, Plaisterers’ Hall has heaps to offer as a film location. Neoclassical décor throughout and state-of-the-art A/V facilities make Plaisterers’ Hall an ideal venue for filming in London with exclusive hire available. It has has fully customisable lighting to match branding or requirements and hidden hanging points throughout the building for additional lighting and sound.

7Clothworkers’ Hall

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Historical features meet modern facilities at Clothworkers’ Hall. Nine event spaces including the main Livery Hall each have natural daylight, built in A/V and branding opportunities and the grand travertine marble staircase offers an impressive welcome.

8Ironmongers’ Hall

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A tutor-style hall with a country house feel, Ironmongers’ Hall is a unique film location in London with a magnificent staircase, small courtyard, fountain and four impressive event spaces with high ceilings, oak panelling and stained-glass windows. Exclusive hire is available.

941 Portland Place

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Particularly popular for fashion shows and promotional events, 41 Portland Place combines Georgian townhouse grandeur with modern facilities, making it a popular location for filming in London. The space includes eight neutral rooms making them especially versatile, allowing brand opportunities and with options for removable vinyl.

10Gray’s Inn

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Having been home to members since before 1388, Gray’s Inn is one of the four Inns of Court which trains barristers before and after their Call to the Bar. It’s a location full of history and impressive spaces to match, with six rooms, two outdoor squares and a private five-acre garden.

11RSA House

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RSA House is one of the only film locations in London with a 10 Downing Street door replica, which has been featured in BBC’s Bodyguard and The Iron Lady. The building has a number of impressive features including Georgian architecture, large portraits, original chimney pieces, door frames and an iconic sweeping staircase with 19th century mosaics, and the vaults provide a complete contrast to the rest of the house with exposed brickwork throughout.

12Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA)

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The clue is in the name with this one: when it comes to incredible architecture, Royal Institute of British Architects knows what it’s doing – and is almost untouched since 1934. Original features include its double height entrance hall, showstopping marble staircase, Art Deco detailing, triple height atrium and wood-panelled boardrooms and terraces. It’s Grade II listed and full of versatile spaces both inside and out, and has been used as a film location in London for Goodbye Christopher Robin, Guerilla, Silent Witness and more.

13Coopers’ Hall

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One of the City’s smallest and oldest Livery Halls, Coopers’ Hall is an exquisitely preserved example of a pre-Georgian townhouse. It’s tranquil, steeped in history and centrally located, making this an ideal venue for filming in London – particularly if you’re looking for a stately home feel.

14Founders’ Hall

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Founders’ Hall offers a more contemporary feel than it’s fellow Livery Halls, with warm and intimate spaces that make for ideal film locations in London across three rooms. Branding opportunities, exclusive hire and natural lighting.

15Goldsmiths’ Hall

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Centuries of history and unrivalled opulence? Yes, please. Goldsmiths’ Hall is one of the City’s hidden gems and it’s no surprise that it’s been used as Buckingham Palace in Netflix’s The Crown. If you’re looking for luxury, Goldsmith’s Hall should be top of your list: magnificent staircase, grand hall and gold leaf decoration make this a premium choice for filming in London.

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