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Church Street took its name from St Mary’s Church over 500 years ago and was the main street linking travellers between Richmond and the West. When Richmond Bridge was built in 1777, York Street became the main through route. Church Street, however, still remains a perfect street for shopping in the many unique shops and eating out. It is also a popular location for film makers.

 

Sky Sports
Sky Sports filmed their Christmas adverts in Church Street with Santa and his reindeer sledging down the street.

 

Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging
A film about a young teenage girl who keeps a diary about the ups and downs of her life.

 

Scenes filmed at Pincho’s Restaurant and square, a perfect location to double for a road in Eastbourne, a seaside town!

 

The Great Escaper (2023)

The Great Escaper is a 2023 biographical drama film directed by Oliver Parker, written by William Ivory, and starring Michael Caine and Glenda Jackson. It is based on the true story of 89-year-old British World War II Royal Navy veteran Bernard Jordan who "broke out" of his nursing home to attend the 70th anniversary D-Day commemorations in France in June 2014.

 

Ted Lasso (2021/ 2022)

Ted Lasso is a TV series about an American football coach who manages an English soccer team in London.

 

Other iconic tv shows and films filmed on Church Street include:

The Gold (2022)

Motherland (2020)

A Gift From Bob (2019)

TJ Maxx (2019)

Bridgeton (2019)

Hold The Sunset (2018)

Trollied (2018)

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Accessible by Public Transport: Twickenham station is 0 miles away.

Church Street, Twickenham

Type:Film/TV Location

Church Street, Twickenham, Middlesex, TW1 3NR

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Tel: 020 8831 6396

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