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Netflix and venues... 7 venues featured in TV & Film
Tuesday 24 March 2020
It's fair to say that staying in is the new going out for the foreseeable future.
Whilst we miss visiting our favourite London venues, we have enjoyed escaping reality through TV and film, where we can enjoy revisiting some of the great British films and venues that feature.
The Venue Search London team are excited to let you sit back and enjoy some of our favourite iconic venue's that feature in TV and film;
1. St Paul's Cathedral
St Paul's Cathedral located in the heart of the city was the setting for a childhood favourite, Mary Poppins. An iconic feature to the City's skyline and the perfect venue for a WOW factor event sure to impress.
2. Somerset House
Somerset House is one of London's most spectacular and cherished buildings with rich heritage. The venue has appeared in a wide range of film, from James Bond to Love Actually (It's only Christmas once you have seen their ice-rink!).
Most recently the balcony has featured for scenes filmed in the Netflix's original the Crown, as this offers a close resemblance to Buckingham Palace's famous balcony.
3. The Old Royal Naval College
Is the architectural centre piece of Maritime Greenwich. The impressive venue has featured in some of Hollywood's biggest films from Pirates of the Caribbean, Les Misérables and the King's Speech.
We love the Painted Hall which is a breathtaking space perfect for private dinners or Christmas parties.
4. Stoke Park
Set in picturesque grounds including it's very own lake, the county estate is famous for numerous scenes in Bridget Jones and Layer Cake. The property is a fantastic space for away days and off sites or something a little bit special.
5. The Savoy
The Savoy has always been a home for Hollywood's actors and actresses when visiting the capital. No surprise that it was the chosen hotel for Julia Robert's interview scene with Hugh Grant in our much-loved Notting Hill. The Savoy hotel truly is quintessentially British hotel offering five star service.
6. St Pancras Renaissance Hotel
Due to the Victorian Gothic exterior of the hotel, the venue was the perfect setting for Britain's legendary Harry Potter. The hotel featured in J. K. Rowling's second film, 'The Chamber of Secrets'.
7. The Waldorf London Hilton
The Palm Court is The Waldorf’s unique and grand centrepiece ballroom. This legendary venue provided the ballroom setting for the original Titanic film “A Night to Remember”.
Most recently the Palm Court was the setting for 2019's Rocket Man, where Elton John has a confrontational dinner with his Mother.