Bath & North East Somerset’s locations have been popular with film-makers for the past 80 years.  A list of productions is available here or you can take a look at our local movie map. 

Two early classics were Arnold Ridley’s ‘Ghost Train’ shot at Camerton Station in 1931 and the Ealing Comedy, ‘The Titfield Thunderbolt’ at Monkton Combe and Freshford in 1952. 

More recent productions include:

Jane Austen's Bath

The Pump Room, the Assembly Rooms and a variety of other famous Bath locations, which featured in her novels,  were used when ITV remade Persuasion in 2007.  They also appeared in the BBC’s productions of Northanger Abbey in 1987 and Persuasion in 1994. 

Nearby Great Chalfield Manor was also used in ITV’s 2007 adaptation of Persuasion.  Dyrham Park  featured in this production as well as in BBC’s ‘Sense and Sensibility’ of the same year.

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