Elstree Studios has been synonymous with filmmaking for the best part of the last century and is proud to still be playing an important role in Film and Television production.
Elstree was first established in 1926 and since then many great directors have worked at the Studios. Our latest features include The King’s Speech, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows, World War Z, The World’s End and the forthcoming Grimsby and Paddington Bear. Its heritage is recognised all over the world and more recently the Studios made a home for the hit ITV show Let’s Dance for Sport Relief. Strictly Come Dancing for BBC, Big Brother for Channel 5, The Voice, Celebrity Juice, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, The Chase, Pointless, Room 101, Sweat The Small Stuff, Yonderland and many more.
Elstree is a totally independent studio providing seven film and TV stages comprising over 60,000 sq ft of space. Our two large stages are the tallest in the UK with a height of 50ft. and are 15,770 sq ft. each. Stars such as Cliff Richard, Robbie Williams, Kylie, Madonna, Take That, Westlife, Muse and many other artists have found these stages ideal for their tour rehearsals as they are two of the only sound stages in Europe that can accommodate a full size stadium stage and lighting rig.
Elstree Studios also offers workshops, extensive production offices, dressing rooms, wardrobe and make up rooms plus 40 onsite media related support services from lighting to post production and special effects.
Located just 20 minutes from the heart of London, Elstree Studios is without doubt London’s No.1 Studio for any film or television production, tour rehearsal or promo.