Posted: Monday 20th November 2017
Residents and visitors to Hertford in recent weeks will have noticed that some of the shops in the town had a very retro feel to them, as they had been made up to look like they would have in the 1960s. This was due to the BBC filming scenes from their new three part drama ‘A Very English Scandal’ in the county town.
Hertfordshire has always been an attractive location for filming both TV and film projects, with beautiful countryside, stately homes and quaint villages drawing in blockbusters and indie flicks alike.
Photos courtesy of Ursula De Coning
Have you spotted any of these Hertfordshire locations on the silver screen?:
- Hatfield House featured in Paddington, Sherlock Holmes, and Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows and much more.
- Letchworth featured in The World’s End
- The Ashridge Estate, featured in Robin Hood (2010), Stardust and Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
- Rickmansworth which can be seen in Avengers: Age of Ultron
- Scenes from BBC One drama Doctor Foster which were filmed in Hitchin and St Albans
- Knebworth House which played host The King’s Speech and Nanny McPhee
- Not to mention the Warner Brother studios in Leavesden and Elstree Studios in Borehamwood.
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