Historic Venue for Film, TV, Photo Shoots & Events
Due to the current pandemic we have had to withdraw the opportunity to use our venue for media, photo shoots and events as we are unable to sustain the COVID-19 guidelines associated with such activities
Brighton City Airport is a fantastic setting for many events. The airport has been used in a number of television shows and movies and is also a popular location for photoshoots. The art deco listed building has been used as a filming location for a variety of movies including The Woman in Gold, starring Helen Mirren, and The Da Vinci Code with Tom Hanks.
The airport has also been featured in a number of popular TV series including Poirot and Tenko. Brighton City Airport is also a fantastic events venue, with plenty of open space.
Brighton City Airport, with its picturesque setting, beautiful historic buildings and the backdrop of the South Downs National Park, can be hired as a film and TV location, for photo shoots and events. If you are interested in hiring the venue, then fill in the form at the bottom of this page and get in touch.
Film & TV Location
In 1984, Brighton City Airport was used to film scenes set at Singapore Airport for the popular BBC TV series, Tenko. It was also used in various episodes of the series Poirot in 1990, 1992 and the year 2000.
Then, in 2005, Brighton City Airport was transformed into ‘Le Bourget Airport’ in France, to be used in the multi million pound blockbuster The Da Vinci Code, starring Tom Hanks. In 2013, the airport was featured in The Woman in Gold, starring Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds, produced by BBC Films. More recently the Airport has also featured in an acclaimed Netflix production.
In June 2015, 2016 and 2017, Brighton City Airport played host to the Wild Life festival, curated by Disclosure and Rudimental. The festival has featured some fantastic acts including George Ezra, Bastille, Busta Rhymes, Sam Smith and many more.