Shepherds Bush and Hammersmith The Heart of Television, Film and Creative Arts

News at Kerr & Co | 08/12/2019

With the reopening of BBC Television studios in 2017 in White City, it appears that Shepherds Bush is leading the way in Media, Television and the Creative Arts . These World class facilities have attracted young professionals with exceptional talent as a result of investment in the area and the proximity excellant transport. In the last 3 months has 2 new refurbished venues have opened, with a new hotel opening on the green in 2020 . There is much to sing and dance about - this part of London is making its own name as a dynamic attractive and accessible part of London to invest in.

Exhibition London - Westfield London

As part of the £8 billion regeneration of White City Shepherds Bush has become the new destination for culture in West London. Exhibition London is a new multi-purpose music, culture and event venue located in the heart of the Westfield London and aims to attract, Artists, exhibitions and live performances as another high end Venue. This development has been nurtured by Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield and Broadwick Live, operators of Printworks London, The Drumsheds Nightclub and the highly regarded The Depot in Mayfield.

Riverside Studios - Hammersmith Thames Path

After closing its doors in 2014, Riverside Hammersmith has finally opened after a £5 million redevelopment and makeover on the Thames. The iconic Riverside Studios in Hammersmith has a brand new state of the art building with Stage 1 open and cultural and media events happening in 2020.

Riverside first opened as a film studio in the 1930s, and was one of the original BBC TV Studios in the 1950s and has a reputation for presenting innovative art has been the home of leading names in television and film industries including being home to many favourites TGF, Blue Peter, Top of The Pops to name a few as well as The Shakespeare Company productions and Live Music from Amy Winehouse, Oasis and Van Morrison. Watch this Space -