Senate House: filming in London
Senate House regularly catches the eye of filmmakers, photographers and stylists. In recent years, Senate House has featured in numerous blockbuster films and acclaimed TV dramas. The Chancellor's Hall appears in the 2010 film Nanny McPhee and The Big Bang which is set during the Second World War and features Senate House as the offices of the Ministry of War. Find out more about Senate House on screen.
If you need outdoor spaces we can provide beautiful locations that can be customised as you require for your production. Our stunning garden squares, provide the ideal outdoor space for a film set.
Art deco film shoot location in London
Art Deco-inspired settings have been known to make spectacular backdrops for film projects and photoshoots. Emerging during the 30s, the style captures the glitz and glamour of the jazz age, blending style and functionality.
Art Deco venues make great film locations for period pieces and can be adapted to portray a grand background for historical adaptations. Grand vistas, halls and architectural details create an elegant Art Deco backdrop here at Senate House. Both modern and period sets can be created within our classrooms, meeting rooms and magnificent library. We can also replicate a large-scale industrial atmosphere within the University boiler room.
Senate House also regularly provides a stylish backdrop for filming advertisements, product launches and photo shoots. A winning blend of aesthetics and accessibility ensures that Senate House will help you to make a big impression.
Get in touch with our University of London Venues’ events team for more information on filming at Senate House, at email@example.com or make an online enquiry.