Prime Studios is a thriving film and TV production facility in Leeds City Centre
Prime Studios is a thriving film and TV production and office facility, based on Kirkstall Road in Leeds City Centre. It offers a range of rentable spaces, including three main stages and a smaller fourth stage, and office space for permanent and short term, production based, clients.
Recent credits include TV productions The ABC Murders (BBC One) Girlfriends(ITV) and Gigglebiz (CBBC) and independent feature films Official Secrets, Hope Gap, Book of Monsters and Attack of The Adult Babies. Prime Studios has also been the base for music shoots for artists including Nicki Minaj and commercials for big brands such as Adidas and Lloyds TSB.
Prime Studios has seen year on year growth since it opened in 2012. A 2016 expansion saw the opening of additional office space, a brand new studio (studio 4) and a mix of multipurpose warehouse spaces available to hire. Brand new for 2019 is an on site independent coffee house, Archive. Prime Studios also hosts long term learning facilities for The Leeds City College’s ‘Creative Ambition’ Media Makeup Course and The Northern Film School (Leeds Beckett University).Get In Touch
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Family drama 'Hope Gap', starring Bill Nighy, Annette Bening and Josh O'Connor, filmed at Prime Studios in summer 2018.
Based on Eva O’Connor’s award winning play, 'Overshadowed' tells the story of a young Irish vlogger called Imogene (Michelle Fox) whose life spirals out of control when she faces the monster of anorexia.
ITV's 'Girlfriends', written by BAFTA award-winning screenwriter Kay Mellor, is one of the most recent dramas produced by Rollem Productions at Prime Studios.
The ABC Murders – BBC One
Prime Studios hosted some of Hollywood’s finest when Mammoth Screen took up residence to film their adaptation of Agatha Christie’s The ABC Murders in 2018.
Book Of Monsters
Six kickass women must fight off a horde of terrifying monsters at an 18th birthday party.
Attack of The Adult Babies
Attack of the Adult Babies had its broadcast on Sky’s Horror Channel on 5th January 2019 headlining its Bloody Crazy season.
An Eye on Grime
The exhibition explored the visual documentation of the grime scene.