TICKETS PLEASE, SCOUNDRELS!
Once a bustling station for busy commuters, Kingly Court Ticket Hall now contains comfy chairs and ornate lamp shades that have been dragged in by the Scoundrels to spruce up the place, making it perfect for seated or standing parties. The Ticket Hall pays tribute to what previously lay there, with a giant station clock, telephone booths, old split-flap timetables and fading train maps peeling off the wall. For those of you after a right raucous knees-up, the station’s old announcement megaphones now boom out electro-swing! And at the back, what was once Kingly Court Station’s bustling grocers, is now Joe Kingly’s Five Finger Discount Store, “You Grift It, We Shift It!”, stocked to the gills full of riffraff and knick-knacks.
Unique London filming locations
In the last ten years, Inception Group spaces have been used for a variety of commercials, fashion shoots, TV shows and much more. With single-themed rooms to full multi-floor venues, and locations in Central, South West and the City of London, we have something for everyone.
Themed venues that make the perfect backdrop
We offer a plethora of stunning venues that provide striking, quirky backdrops for your video and photo shoots. Our exceptional attention to detail means Inception Group boasts some of London’s most unique interiors. With a combination of bespoke custom-made furniture and fittings, alongside authentic period pieces, each space is truly one of a kind.
Stunning bar locations
Our collection includes: Mr Fogg’s, a group of stunning bars set in the Victorian era; Cahoots, our 1940s post-war bar, located in an abandoned underground station and complete with a life-size replica of a ’40s train carriage; Bunga Bunga, our larger-than-life whacky Englishman’s Italian, which provides a wonderfully tongue-in-cheek backdrop to any shoot and has locations in both Covent Garden and Battersea; Barts, our Chicago-style 1920s speakeasy bar, hidden away inside an apartment building, and Maggie’s, an 80s-themed nightclub complete with Rubik’s cube tables and walls painted with some of the decade’s biggest icons.