Berkshire Green Screen studio is in the centre of Bray village, renowned for its award-winning restaurants – The Fat Duck and The Waterside Inn – and conveniently placed for both Braywick Park and the River Thames.
The studio is a short drive from both Windsor and Maidenhead with their extensive shopping, recreational and leisure facilities.
Rail services to London Paddington are available from Maidenhead station – we’re a 5-minute taxi from there. Windsor’s Riverside station from Waterloo is also an option, but note the taxi journey would be around 15 minutes.
Road connections are also excellent, with access to the M4 via junction 8/9 just 5 minutes away, leading to Heathrow Airport, central London and the M25.
We will provide full location details once a booking has been completed.
The studio itself sits within a self-contained annexe, with a dedicated parking space and on-road parking nearby.
There are two parts to the studio – a meeting area (3m x 5m approx) with sofa, table and chairs, with plenty of space for multiple cameras, track, autocue and lighting equipment. This then steps down into the green screen area with curved back wall. The green area is 3m deep, 5m wide and 2.3m high.
240V power is available via multiple outlets.
There is a bathroom with WC, which also doubles as a changing room.
There is a kitchen for making teas and coffees etc., with a rather nice Italian coffee machine, too. Milk, sugar and biscuits are provided as part of the hire.
To find out more details or to book for dry hire, visit the studio’s website…