Filmed in Eastbourne
Lights, Camera, Eastbourne
Follow in the footsteps of your favourite movie stars and TV personalities with Eastbourne's TV and Film Map showcasing all of the locations used in the south coast resort that have featured on the silver and television screens! Read facts about the filming that took place and use the map to find all of the locations used in Eastbourne!
Eastbourne Film Unit
Looking to film in Eastbourne? Contact our Film Unit to gain licences, advice and assistance with permissions, road closures, parking and liaison with governing bodies such as Natural England.
One of Eastbourne's most famous TV and film locations, used in Holywood blockbusters such as Harry Potter, James Bond, Pearl Harbour Robin Hood-Prince of Thieves, Notes on a Scandal, Wimbledon, and many TV series including Luther.
The Redoubt Fortress is one of only three surviving Napoleonic Redoubts in the UK and is recognised by English Heritage as being of national importance.
Sovereign Harbour is northern Europe’s largest composite marina complex and boasts four linked harbours and the hugely popular Waterfront retail and restaurant development.
Eastbourne Pier opened in 1872 and is a sought after film and TV location used in Angus Thongs & Perfect Snogging, and TV series including Poirot, A Place in the Sun, Art Attack, Flog It, and BBC CCTV.
Eastbourne seafront’s famous colourful Carpet Gardens have provided the backdrop for numerous memorable scenes, including Little Britain’s Ladies played by Matt Lucas and David Walliams.
Eastbourne's award winning, immaculate seafront featured Little Britain's ‘ladies' on the Carpet Garden lined promenade, A place by the sea, BBC coverage, Carlton Kids and much more!
Eastbourne Town Hall is centrally located in the town centre built between 1884 and 1886, retaining it's original architecture and classic style. Over the years it has hosted many TV programmes including BBC Flog It.
Eastbourne's Bandstand is unmistakable with its blue dome and silver finial. Still boasting its original 1930’s architecture. Featured in many a movie, TV programme and commercial, including Foyles War & Little Britain.
Known as the 'White Palace', the Grand Hotel stands on the west end of King Edward's Parade with the beach right on its doorsteps. This 19th Century hotel has been sympathetically restored and modernised to meet 21st century requirements.
Belle Toute lighthouse used in the TV series of the Fay Weldon classic ‘The Life and Loves of a She Devil’.