Bradford City Hall
Bradford became the world's first City of Film designated by Unesco in 2009. The prize from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation is a "badge of honour" which recognises the city’s rich film heritage, its inspirational movie locations and its many celebrations of the moving image through the city’s annual film festivals.
Bradford has become a hotbed of film - productions shot here include TV’s Victoria, The ABC Murders, Peaky Blinders, Gentleman Jack, To Walk Invisible, Gunpowder, Ackley Bridge, The Syndicate and Girlfriends, and movies Official Secrets, Gold, Miss You Already, The Limehouse Golem, Funny Cow and God’s Own Country
From the Old Bailey to Peaky blinders, Bradford City Hall has been a draw for filmmakers and producers of television dramas. The iconic building was used for the 1959 Classic Room at the Top and also used by Coronation Street and Emmerdale among others in recent years. Also used to double as Westminster in the BBC’s The Great Train Robbery."