Riverside Studios sits on the former site of a Victorian iron works, which was converted into a film studio in 1933. Many classic films were made there, such as The Seventh Veil (1945) starring James Mason and Father Brown (1954) with Alec Guinness.
In 1954, the studio was taken over by BBC Television and became home to many of their most iconic programmes, including Hancock’s Half Hour (1957-60) and Doctor Who (1964-68). Riverside brings the world to West London, with a dynamic programme of international theatre, dance, visual art, television, comedy and music.
After five years of redevelopment, the Riverside Studios reopened in 2019 with three studios and a cinema.
Studio 3 is ideal for more intimate productions such as stand-up comedy, theatre, and cabaret.
The seating bank can also be retracted to enable a larger playing space or alternative configurations.
As with Studio 2, it is also possible to live-stream and broadcast work from Studio 3.
Dimensions: 11.9m x 12.6m
Capacity: Up to 188 seated end-on (78 socially distanced)
For the Technical Equipment Included please see the Tech Spec below.
We offer full production services for live-stream and broadcast from our spaces. Our events and programming teams will be able provide you full details upon enquiry.