Film productions in Lincoln's Inn

Due to its varied architecture, beautiful gardens, spacious squares, historic halls and panelled rooms, Lincoln’s Inn has long been used by film production companies as a location. The Inn is also popular with television companies for interviews as well as drama productions with either a legal theme or a period setting. Some recent productions which have been filmed at the Inn are: 

2013   Agatha Christie's Poirot (ITV Studios Limited)
    Dracula (Carnival Productions Ltd)
    The Muppets...Again (More Muppets Productions Limited)
    Downton Abbey - Series Four (Carnival Productions Ltd)
    Fleming (Ecosse Films)
    Shakespeare's London Theatres (Illuminations TV)
 2012   About Time (Inheritance Pictures Ltd)
    The Hour - Series Two (Kudos Film & TV Ltd)
    Closed (Belmont Productions Ltd)
    Who Do You Think You Are? (Wall to Wall Media)
 2011   Dancing On The Edge (Ruby Film and TV (DOTE) Ltd)
    Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (Warner Brothers)
    White Heat (ITV)
    The Whole Truth: The Story of the Law (BBC Bristol)
    Channel 4 News (ITN)
    Parade's End (Mammoth Screen (PE) Ltd)
    Who Do You Think You Are? (Wall to Wall Media)
 2010   Any Human Heart (Channel 4)
    Watchdog (BBC 1)
    This Week (BBC 1)
    Channel 4 News (ITN)
    Garrow's Law (BBC 1)
    Miss Marple (BBC 1)
    The Hour (BBC 2)
    Hysteria (Informant Media)
    The Deep Blue Sea (Camberwell / Fly Films)
2009   Blyton (a BBC dramatisation of Enid Blyton’s life)
    Foyle’s War (ITV World War II detective series)
    The Wolfman (Feature film thriller)
    Identity (ITV thriller)
    Dagenham Girls (1960s dramatisation for TV)
     ITV Drama Documentary on David Cameron
 2008   Miss Marple (ITV)
    Bleak House (BBC)
    Whitechapel (ITV Thriller)
    Sherlock Holmes (Feature film directed by Guy Ritchie)
    Margaret (BBC political drama on Mrs Thatcher)
2007   Sense and Sensibility (BBC period drama)
    Agatha Christie's Poirot (ITV)
    Oliver Twist (BBC)
    New Tricks (BBC)
    Judge John Deed (BBC)












































Earlier feature films and TV series have included The Good Shepherd, The Lost Prince, Miss Potter, Amazing Grace, National Treasure, Not Only But Always, The Lost Visitor and Finding Neverland. Regular programmes on TV, in addition to the above, have included Waking the Dead, Rose and Maloney, State of Play and Absolute Power.



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