Killing Eve Film Locations – UK

Locality organise ‘Safe house’ for mole Frank in BBC series Killing Eve.

After the thrilling first season of the gripping BBC series “Killing Eve,” viewers were left waiting with baited breath for a second season. We will try not to give too many spoilers away for those yet to watch what viewers got to experience, but *SPOILER ALERT* if you have had the pleasure of witnessing the gruesome murders from the cold blooded assassin Villanelle’s (Oksana), you would have also enjoyed the wonderful film locations. Filmed over Europe to include Paris, Russia and Berlin, Locality were part of the UK location hire and organised a derelict safe house for one of the most gruesome scenes where mole Frank met his fateful end. The safe house that turned out not to be so safe, is a empty large detached 1960’s house with peeling wallpaper, fireplaces, parquet floors located in Loughton Essex (inside M25). Available for hire from Locality. Check out this location on our website…

For more derelict locations for hire for film, TV, photo shoots and events visit our website…

Location: 3116

Electricity: Domestic Mains

Restrictions: No running water on site.

Parking: Parking for 8 cars

Local council: Essex


Killing Eve is now available on the BBC iPlayer

Image credit: BBC and Locality

Tom Misch | Water Baby

Have you seen the music video for Tom Misch’s amazing song “Water Baby”? Part of the video was shot at one of our derelict house locations! This location boasts beautiful textured walls, wooden floors and plenty of exposed wood and brick.

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If you would like to enquire about the derelict house location used in this video, email us at

BBC One – The Child In Time

Who else is going to be watching the BBC’s adaptation of Ian McEwan’s The Child In Time on Sunday 24th September? Starring the one and only Benedict Cumberbatch.

One scene was filmed in a Co-op store, which we represent exclusively for filming and photographic enquiries. Sunday, 9pm, BBC One, don’t miss it.

If you would like to enquire about using a Co-op store, email us at

Click here to find a film friendly store on our website.