With a new home enabling us to offer more than ever before to our clients, 2015 signals an exciting new era for Spectrecom Films.

Late 2014 saw Spectrecom Films depart Waterloo Studios, where we had been based for four years, as we shifted both our studio operations and in-house production arm to a much larger site in Kennington.

Formerly the headquarters of Cactus TV, the Kennington site had previously hosted Richard & Judy, Saturday Kitchen and The Paul O’Grady Show. Following our arrival, it will now simply be known as Spectrecom Studios.

The move is much more than just a change of address. At 3,500 sq. ft., the largest studio at Kennington is nearly double the size of Waterloo’s biggest studio, allowing us to welcome shoots which are far larger in scale and more demanding in their requirements.

This new capacity was demonstrated very early on in the life of Spectrecom Studios when Studio 1 played host to BBC2 cookery show Food & Drink – exactly the kind of large-scale TV production it simply would not have been possible to accommodate at Waterloo.

Construction has been completed on a second studio (800 sq. ft.), which has already hosted several green screen shoots. A third studio will be opened in early 2015, rounding out our complement of available studios.

In addition to the new studios, Spectrecom Studios is able to boast a new lighting grid and green rooms. There are also fully equipped make-up rooms, excellent support facilities, and in-house camera equipment and lights available for rent.

To check availability or arrange a visit to Spectrecom Studios, give us a call on 0203 096 2867 or email enquiries@spectrecom.co.uk

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