Film and TV Studios for Hire in Manchester

Film and TV Studios for Hire in Manchester

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Top Film and TV Studios in Manchester

Lights, camera, action! Are you looking for a space in Manchester to say these words? Worry not, you’ve come to the right place! Manchester has many fantastic film and tv studios to make your next production a success. Whether it’s a commercial shot, a promotional video, or your next viral TikTok, we have you covered. If you’re looking for a fully equipped studio, an interesting site or just a quiet spot to carry out your filming, you’ll find it here. Browse our list of Manchester’s top film and TV studios, and book yours with just a few clicks!

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Film and TV Studios Hire Guide

Take your search for a film and tv studio to the streets of this amazing Northern city. There are options all over the city ready to meet your needs, from larger studios in the outer suburbs of West Gorton and Stratford to easily accessible studios in Spinningfield and Victoria.

FAQs about Film and TV Studios in Manchester

Where in Manchester can I find film and TV studio options?

Start your search for a film and tv studio in the city centre. You can find numerous options within Manchester’s inner ring in the historic districts of Spinningfields, Deansgate, and Piccadilly. Just outside the centre, you can find studios in Ancoats, near the Northern Quarter, or in the area around Bradford. A bit farther out of town, you can find larger studios in West Gorton and Salford

How much does it cost to hire a film and TV studio in Manchester? 

When hiring a film and tv studio, the price will depend on the size of the space and the duration of the hire. For a short-term hire of a blank canvas venue with a basic equipment package, expect to pay approximately £40 to £90 per hour. You can find hire options for a longer-term hire for approximately £700 to £1200 per day. (All data from

What equipment should a film and tv studio offer?

A film and studio hire should come with some basic fit-out; this may include basic lighting rigs, monitors and extra space for hair and makeup. You should be able to work with the studio staff to hire extra equipment such as broadcast or cine equipment, as well as props and sets. These extras may be available from the studio itself for an extra fee, or you may need to hire them from an outside source. The studio may have a team of recommended vendors and a crew that you can hire for your shoot.

Guests Reviews of Film and TV Studios on Tagvenue

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Booked Studio 3 (Natural Light) at The Photocove
The studio itself was a great space with a lot of natural light and options for different framing. Overall, each room was well kitted out with lots of additional stands, lights and reflectors available to use. The staff on location were incredibly helpful and welcoming.

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