The Bottle Yard Studios is the largest dedicated film and TV studio facility in the West of England, complete with eight stages, giant green screen studio, workshops, production offices and a range of other production areas. Its creative hub of more than 20 on-site business tenants deliver a host of specialist services including creative, digital, technical and audio/visual expertise, grips, transport, structural, fire and safety assistance.
Conveniently located on the edge of the city, the Studios offer easy access to the M4 corridor and excellent domestic and international links.
- 2 hrs from London
- 15 mins from Bristol International airport
- 20 mins from Bristol city centre and Bristol Temple Meads railway station
- Tank House 1: 12,400 sq ft, height: 27 ft
- Tank House 2: 17,087 sq ft, height: 27 ft
- Tank House 3: 7,110 sq ft, height: 65 ft
- Tank House 4: 12,660 sq ft, height: 24 ft
- M2 Studio: 18,352 sq ft, height: 27 ft
- M3 Green Screen: 9,405 sq ft, height: 27 ft
- M6 Studio: 9,450 sq ft, height: 27 ft
- Export Warehouse: 15,945 sq ft, height: 27 ft
Productions made at The Bottle Yard Studios include: The Crystal Maze (Channel 4), Poldark (BBC One), Andy’s Safari Adventures (CBeebies) , Eric, Ernie & Me (BBC Four), Ill Behaviour (BBC Two), Three Girls (BBC One), The White Princess (STARZ), Broadchurch (ITV), Trollied (Sky1), Crazyhead (E4/Netflix), Sherlock: The Abominable Bride (BBC One), The Living and the Dead (BBC One), Andy’s Prehistoric Adventures (CBeebies); Galavant; (Disney/ABC Studios), Wolf Hall (BBC Two), The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies (ITV), We Can Be Heroes (dir. Claire Downes), Golden Years (dir. by John Miller).
A Bristol City Council initiative, The Bottle Yard Studios is run by a team with professional backgrounds in the industry and works in close partnership with Bristol Film Office. A new 2-year Media Production Diploma course for 16-19 year olds, delivered by Boomsatsuma on behalf of Bristol WORKS, will be delivered at the Studios in an on-site classroom from September 2018.
A Bristol City Council Initiative