Filming at Inner Temple
Below are a few examples of the many films and television series that have been filmed here.
The Inner Temple is frequently used as a location for film and television productions as well as still photography and interviews for current affairs programmes. Permission to film or photograph anywhere on the estate is always required and such enquiries should be directed to the Treasury Office.
It should be noted that permission is usually only given for filming at weekends and sometimes during legal vacations but each enquiry is considered on its own merits.
If you're interested in using The Inner Temple as a location, please use the left hand menu for more information.
For further information or to arrange a visit, please contact:
To submit a request to film at Inner Temple, please complete a filming/photography enquiry form and email it to the address detailed on the form.
Past productions have included:
ITV's Churchill's Secret (starring Michael Gambon and Lindsay Duncan)
Christopher McQuarrie's Mission Impossible - Rogue Nation (starring Tom Cruise and Simon Pegg)
BBC's The Secret Agent (starring Toby Jones and Vicky McClure)
Sarah Gavron's Suffragette (starring Carey Mulligan, Anne-Marie Duff, Helena Bonham Carter and Meryl Streep)
ITV's Downton Abbey, series 5 (starring Hugh Bonneville, Michelle Dockery, Elizabeth McGovern and Dame Maggie Smith)
BBC's Silk (starring Maxine Peake, Rupert Penry-Jones and Neil Stuke)
ITV’s Poirot (starring David Suchet, Hugh Fraser, Philip Jackson and Pauline Moran)
The Da Vinci Code (starring Tom Hanks, Audrey Tautou and Sir Ian McKellen)
Rob Marshall's The Pirates of the Carribean; On Stranger Tides (starring Johnny Depp and Penelope Cruz). The Inner Temple rooms and car park were used for the film crew.
BBC’s Inspector Lynley Mysteries (starring Nathaniel Parker and Sharon Small)
Stephen Poliakoff's The Lost Prince (starring Miranda Richardson, Michael Gambon, Gina McKee and Tom Hollander)
Scott James Bassett's The Mapmaker (starring Charles Dance, Jenny Agutter, Rachel Hurd-Wood and Harry Eden)