Top 5 'Autumnal' Locations

We have some glorious locations available for your next project. Whether you want to capture the changing colours from one of our beautiful parks or escape the oncoming chill inside a traditional East End boozer, we have it all sewn up in something decidedly pumpkin shaped. We await your call.


5. Traditional Pub

New to our locations library this friendly, family run pub is compact and with everything you'd expect from a traditional local - pool table, darts board, jukebox, two big screens for Sky Sports and an enclosed beer garden at the back.

Dating back well into the nineteenth century and set amidst lovely cobbled streets, Traditional Pub, is brimming with East End character.


4. Island Gardens

This charming riverside park holds the modern day view of Greenwich featured in Canaletto's famous 18th century painting, 'A View of Greenwich from the River'. There are three acres of waterfront parkland and easy access to Greenwich via the foot tunnel under the River Thames. The park has many tables and benches which are ideal for family picnics. There is a nice café that is open from 10am to 5pm everyday and also a kiosk that is open from 9am to 6pm.

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3. Riverside Bar and Conference Space

Lots of scope here and lots of variety in this maritime themed location, that seamlessly unifies the old and new against the wonderful back drop of the River Thames. Dark and light wood bars, mess area, modern conference room and kitchen are all available for use. An airy brick clad room completes the space with glass ceiling panels, wooden floors, stone columns and stage area.

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2. Brick Lane Market

Achingly hip, Brick Lane Market is an über popular film and photography location and it's not hard to see why. The stalls bleed into various side streets off brick lane itself and everything from one - off vintage pieces to a wealth of bric-a-brac is up for grabs. A fantastic and always interesting blend of bargain hunters make their way here on a Sunday, so is unsurprisingly always busy.

Vibrant street art and tasty food stalls cap it all off.


1. Boundary Estate

Imposing. Historic. Victorian.

A number of television drama's have shot here recently, taking advantage of the wonderful Grade II listed buildings, courtyards and period features.

Running along the Shoreditch boundary and hugging Arnold Circus, The Boundary Estate, built in the 1800's is iconic amongst locals and makes a grand statement for any shoot.