Bristol is the most prominent city in the South West of England when it comes to producing TV, film and music. The film industry in Bristol supports all types of media genre and as a City we are proud to be the home of the BBC’s Natural History Unit in Whiteladies Road and the world-renowned animation studio Aardman Animations Ltd can be found down on the Bristol waterfront. In 2013 we bestowed the city’s highest honour when Sir David Attenborough was awarded  Freedom of the City in recognition as the world’s greatest natural history programme maker.

Bristol has bred various musicians and artists being most associated with the likes of Banksy, Massive Attack and Portishead who emerged from the 1990s diverse underground urban culture scene. It is said that trip-hop was spawned in “the bohemian, multi-ethnic city of Bristol” and it is a city that has always had a sturdy connection between music and art.

Harveys Cellars is available to hire as a location for all types of TV, film or music video shoots. We offer several unusual, quirky and stylish spaces which can be adapted to suit all different types of media. Lighting can be adjusted or bespoke to clients’ requests and we are free of any potential film permit requirements.

Perhaps you are a film-maker looking for a venue to showcase your latest body of work to friends, family and the media or an artist searching for a venue with great acoustics to film a music video? If so we can help. Just get in touch and let us know what you are looking for.