Senate House London Filming Location
Unsurprisingly for a building that ranks among London's first skyscrapers and expresses Charles Holden's fascination with both Art Deco and Modernist design, Senate House regularly catches the eye of filmmakers, photographers and stylists.
Many of the qualities that make it a first-rate venue for conferences and events are equally appealing to the creative industries - the mix of grand vistas and intimate spaces, the versatility of the facilities, the central London location, and access to the latest technology.
In recent years, Senate House has featured in blockbuster films and acclaimed TV dramas. The Chancellor's Hall appears in the 2010 film Nanny McPhee and The Big Bang (pictured) which is set during the Second World War and features Senate House as the offices of the Ministry of War.
Senate House also regularly provides a stylish backdrop for advertisements, product launches and photo shoots, and is a hot-ticket venue during London Fashion Week. A winning blend of aesthetics and accessibility ensures that Senate House will help you to make a big impression.