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Pinewood Studios is built around Heatherden Hall, the Georgian style mansion with its beautiful gardens, fountain and a picturesque lake, while the interior contains a spectacular wood-panelled boardroom and ballroom.

Black Park, which shares a boundary with Pinewood Studios, has featured in a number of films including Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Robin Hood and Casino Royale.


Pinewood Studios

Ballroom
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Inside the Georgian style mansion, Heatherden Hall, there is a spectactular wood-panelled ballroom that has featured in many films. It is also used for conferences and events.

Dating back to the early part of the nineteenth century, the oak panelled ballroom still boasts its original oak sprung dance floor. Impressive features include a raised stage area, crystal chandeliers, open fireplace and French windows leading out onto the terrace and gardens. Three arched panelled doors open onto the adjoining Pools Theatre.

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Boardrooms
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Heatherden Hall has been sympathetically refurbished and offers spectacular wood panelled boardrooms. Used for both meetings and location filming.

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Club Bar
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Whilst originally Pinewood’s gun room, the Club Bar was modified with the addition of a cocktail bar and its name changed accordingly to match its new purpose. A huge sandstone fireplace embellished with a coat of arms dominates the room, and low, winged leather sofas occupy its corners, facing out onto the gardens, whilst high upholstered stools line the sleek wooden bar.

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The Picture Gallery within Heatherden Hall can be used for location filming.

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Pools Theatre
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The Pools Theatre, is a split-level auditorium and banqueting suite which interconnects with the Ballroom. Now used as a location for filming as well as conferences and events within Heatherden Hall, it was originally a Swimming Pool and Turkish Bath.

It was part of the Heatherden Club which was established when the Canadian financer Lt Colonel Grant Morden, a political high flier transformed the mansion, and it became became a retreat and private meeting place for politicians and diplomats.

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The South Corridor links production offices, dressing and makeup rooms to A, B, C and D Stages - the first four stages to be built at Pinewood in the late 1930's. Used as a location for many films where it has doubled as hospital corridors e.g. the Carry On films / The Descent  (Neil Marshall Horror)

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A Georgian-style room with an ornamental fireplace, white columns and French windows leading into the gardens. Built originally as the dining room, it retains many of the original period features. This room now acts as a filming location and is a fine dining restaurant called - Hitchcock's Grill, run by Genuine Dining.

Hitchcock's Grill

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There are a number of buildings at Pinewood that have and can be used for filming locations. These include the Coach House, East Side Complex, The Stanley Kubrick Building and many more.

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Pinewood Studios is built around Heatherden Hall, a Victorian house built in a Georgian Style. Over looking our formal gardens, the exterior of the old house is often used as a location.

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Surrounding Heatherden Hall are formal gardens with a picturesque lake, fountain and bridge which have set the backdrop for both historical and contemporary films, TV productions and commercials.

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Black Park
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Adjacent to Pinewood Studios are the vast heath and woodland areas of Black Park. This 500 acre site owned by Buckinghamshire County Council offers a wonderful back drop to any production requiring an exterior country setting and has been used recently by Casino Royale and Stardust.

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Shepperton Studios

Affectionately known as the Old House, Littleton House dates back to the late 17th Century. The house is now used as production offices and also comprises of a coffee shop, a minstral gallery and an orangery that is used for functions. It has been used as a location for a variety of  productions such as Hamlet, The Omen, The Mummy, X-Men and Batman Begins.

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The Old House was built in the 17th century and is the perfect backdrop for a location shoot. The house is adjoined by a tiled patio and large lawn area one side and a more formal garden featuring unusual statues and a gravel path on the other.

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There are a number of areas within buildings at Shepperton Studios that can be used for filming locations. These include the David Lean Building, the Gainsbourough Building, J/K Block and many more.

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Canteen
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The Genuine Dining Co. provides imaginatively created and beautifully presented food, retaining the natural aroma and taste of the best ingredients available locally and within season. We provide a number foodservice offers throughout Shepperton Studios, including:

The Genuine Kitchen (Monday to Friday)
Serving homemade Breakfast between 7:00am and 10:30am; such as full English breakfast,  fruit and granola topped yogurt pots and freshly baked selection of buttery viennoiseries.

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The Orangery
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The Orangery, that sits within Littleton House, is a convenient space used for filming locations, rehearsals and events.

It is also part of Shepperton's history,  Norman Loudon who purchased Littleton Park, set up productin for his 'flicker' books for children in the Orangery.

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The 3 tier car park can be used as a filming location with its large capacity and multi storey feature.

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Shepperton's location is alongside the River Ash and a woodland area which is council land. This river leads just a few miles from the River Thames. With the River next door, the outside grounds of Shepperton have been useful in filming memorable features such as Sanders of the River and The African Queen, which both used the picturesque River Ash in some scenes. 

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