The city of Bath is quite exceptional and has lots of interesting and unique locations during, and many of which are relics of its Roman past and others are maintained out of the rich Georgian history. With this in mind many film makers and television crews make use of the town and its features as backdrops to many productions. As you will notice in a lot of the productions, the Bath is utilised to add its 18th century structure as a backdrop to many period dramas.
The Circus is just another of Baths wonderful contemporary architectural websites, consisting of 3 sections of town houses forming an oblong this area has been utilised by film organizations many times. The tv show’A commendable commerce’ was taken this location along side the adaption of Jane Austen’s’Persuasion’ at 2006.
Visitors to Bath will know how glorious the Abbey churchyard is, this square is situated in the very middle of this city and hosts lots of cafes and shops along with entrances to the Roman Baths and pump house. The area has become the background to several productions such as the 1996 television version of Dracula starring Marc Warren and David Suchet and the doomed BBC drama’Bonekickers’.
Great Pulteney Street is considered to be among the greatest and most scenic roads within Bath, Jane Austen Herself lived very nearby at Sydney Street. This street has been used from the Bollywood movie’Cheena Kum’ at 2007.
There has been lots of additional picture and tv productions filmed in the vicinity of the city of Bath such as Dr. Dolittle, The Remains of the Day, Moll Flanders and the hit humor Hot Fuzz.
More recently most of the Harry Potter films are filmed at the neighboring Lacock Abbey; this really great illustration of 13th century design has been used throughout a number of the inner shots of Hogwarts School of witchcraft.