09 Mar 2020
As a full-service venue agency, we give brands, location scouts and filmmakers access to an array of impressive and exclusive filming locations. Our constantly growing portfolio means Venue Lab is the go-to for previously unused and undiscovered locations.
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With everything from boutique townhouses to vast industrial warehouses, purpose built venues to viewpoints amidst the city skyline, each space possesses rare qualities to create its own story. We’ll match your brief to locations that offer everything from interesting histories to brilliant architecture and beautiful interiors to blank canvas backdrops.
Explore the unparalleled character and historical architecture of Printworks London filming location. Spanning five vast industrial warehouses, the venue is perfect for any shoot, film or production. With 10,600 square metres of versatile indoor space and up to 16.8 metres ceiling height, along with 998 square metres of outdoor space, and the added benefit of parking for crew and production vehicles too, Printworks is the ultimate London location. Printworks has formed the backdrop for The Apprentice, Hollywood blockbusters such as Avengers: Age of Ultron, Tomorrow Never Dies and music videos from Chemical Brothers and Skepta.
Just a two minute walk from Canada Water station is London’s standalone, multi-use venue, Dock X London. The combination of high ceilings, natural daylight and water’s edge location make Dock X London a versatile filming location. Hired by film crews for months at a time, Dock X has ample space for large-scale set builds and production offices. Its height makes it ideal for rigging points in production, and it has 800 amps of power as well as car parking for production vehicles or unit bases. It has been recently used as a filming base and set building location for a popular ITV popular drama sequel, the JD Sports Christmas advert and various editorial shoots.
Thirty Eight Grosvenor Square filming location is an elegant townhouse with four main rooms and various other spaces within the building. Its Georgian history is featured throughout the venue, with exquisite hand-painted rococo-ceilings, cornices and frescos, floor-to-ceiling windows, pristine white walls and stunning black and white tiling upon entrance. The grand spiral staircase complete with intricate black iron and gold balustrade that transports you back to the time of classic glamour. Thirty Eight Grosvenor Square filming location has proved a popular choice with location scouts wanting to produce, fashion and furniture photography shoots, romance and period drama film.
Magazine London boasts unrivalled panoramic views of the iconic Canary Wharf skyline. This purpose-built, 19,994 square metre destination is the largest of its kind in London providing a unique North Greenwich landscape for filming, set build and unit base parking. The building evokes its industrial heritage through a monolithic warehouse-style approach, with an external steel structure and saw-tooth cladding and an internal palette of patinated steel, black OSB walls and polished concrete floors. The venue boasts panoramic views of Canary Wharf skyline, as well as three-phase power, high ceilings, multiple rigging points and an abundance of river-facing outdoor space.
Landing Forty Two filming location is an excellent space for those requiring an unrivalled view of London from over 500 feet high, most recently it was used by the BBC for a new drama, MotherFatherSon. This blank canvas venue is spacious but intimate, with exclusive access making it totally private. It’s ideal for filming ‘office space’ shoots thanks to its classical views and central City of London location.
Exhibition London filming location is set in the heart of the Westfield London development. This stunning Grade II listed building offers the perfect backdrop of industrial glamour for location filming and photography. Previously used as a filming location for the 1988 cult classic film ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit’, the Victorian location offers filming opportunities for bars, stage space and industrial backdrops featuring original glazed London brick, kitchens, goods lifts, entrance foyer, box office and large toilets.
The Drumsheds filming location (also known as Enfield Studios) is situated in North London with the perfect balance of metropolitan space and raw industrial charm. The location consists of 10-acres of outdoor space with four giant, interlinked warehouses offering ceiling heights of over 20 meters – it’s an excellent choice for urban and industrial shoots offering unique dimensions and character. The Drumsheds filming location is ideal for horror, crime, thriller, experiential and gangster filming, music videos and photography.
The Pumping House filming location is a distinctive Grade II listed building set within the tranquility of the evergreen Sherwood Forest. Beautifully restored to an unparalleled standard with many stunning original features, this filming location offers a unique backdrop for filming and photography projects.
Venue Lab curates and manages an ever-evolving portfolio of unique venues. As a full-service agency, Venue Lab gives brands, event agencies, corporate bookers, consumers, location scouts and filmmakers access to an array of impressive and exclusive spaces.