Landmark Arts Centre
Also at this Venue
Set in a magnificent 19th Century Grade II* listed building, a former church, is the Landmark Arts Centre used to benefit the whole community.
The church was built in 1889 and designed by architect William S Niven. It was originally called the Church of St Alban the Martyr.
One of the key features of the former church is its amazing pulpit. With its ornate base and soaring canopy, the pulpit is a magnificent piece of work of outstanding proportions and of a unique design, regarded by English Heritage to be a particular treasure of the building.
The Landmark Arts Centre welcomes filming into the building. Feature film Elizabeth filmed scenes here and British TV drama Silent Witness also visited and if there are any A-Ha fans out there, they filmed their ‘The Sun Always Shines on TV’ music video here.
Elizabeth, is a film about the early years of Elizabeth I’s reign and her difficult task of learning what is necessary to be a monarch. The Landmark Arts Centre was used as a location.
British TV Drama, Silent Witness is about a group of forensic pathologists and scientists trying to solve crimes. The Landmark Arts Centre was used as a location.
A-HA – THE SUN ALWAYS SHINES ON TV
Take a look at this video which features the Landmark Arts Centre with its gothic arches and pulpit.
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Train: Waterloo to Teddington (and then a 10 minute signposted walk)
By bus: R68, 281, 285, 33
By tube: District Line to Richmond, then bus R68
By car: free parking in surrounding streets. No parking on site. For disabled parking details please telephone in advance.
For further information visit www.tfl.gov.uk
: 0 miles from Teddington station
- Disabled access
- Facilities for groups
- Public toilets