Films and TV shows filmed in Berkshire

CELEBRITIES have been spotted in Berkshire over the years as some of the biggest TV shows and movies have been filmed in the area.

The county is clearly the perfect place for production companies to capture their iconic shots on set.

We are fortunate to be located very close to Pinewood Studios, Iver Heath, where major TV shows are filmed there all the time.

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Slough station made a special appearance in The Good Liar in 2019, starring Dame Helen Mirren and Sir Ian McKellan.

Fans of the BBC horror drama TV series Dracula may have spotted the cemetery in Henley Road, Reading, when it aired in 2020.

And the iconic Killing Eve, starring award-winning actress Jodie Comer, filmed on the Reading Prison set and in a building in Slough.

Here is the full list of TV shows and movies that were filmed in Berkshire.

Carry On Doctor (1967) – Maidenhead

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (2001) – Bracknell

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 (2010) – Bracknell

The Kings Speech (2010) – Windsor

The Wrong Man (2013) – Bracknell

London Has Fallen (2014) – Slough

Eddie the Eagle (2015) – Bracknell

The Good Liar (2019) – Slough

Fighting With My Family (2019) – Bracknell

Killing Eve, Series 1 & 2 (2019) – Slough and Reading

Dracula BBC (2019) – Reading

Black Widow (2019) – Slough

Cruel (2019) – Bracknell

Favorite (2021) – Slough and Windsor

Devil’s Hour (2021) – Wokingham

MAN AGAINST BEE (2021) – Slough

Inside Man (2021) – Wokingham and Reading

Avoidance (2022) – Bracknell

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Berkshire Film Office worked on movies and TV series from 2019.

Daisy Golledge, an apprentice at the Berkshire Film Office, said: “Berkshire is no stranger to filming on location for productions such as Carry on Doctor to Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.

“In 2019, Resource Productions established the Berkshire Film Office with the aim of continuing Berkshire’s longstanding and growing filmmaking heritage.

“As part of a living, breathing production company, we have the expertise to help with a range of productions filming on location and at council-owned properties.

“We can draw on our own knowledge as locals in Berkshire as well as our extensive location database to meet the needs of film and television, whatever their size.

“We are funded by all six local government authorities, with whom we have a close relationship, as we work to maintain a film-friendly county.”

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