Possible Locations: pros and cons<br />
Georgian Theatre (Richmond)<br />Pros:  Authentic Georgian theatre, stage could be used for party scene; nearby.<br />Cons...
King’s Head Hotel (Masham)<br />Pros: Very old hotel with a room that could be used for the party scene; nearby.<br />Cons...
Alleyway (in Masham or near R.A.D.S)<br />Pros: Good for filming authentic “drunken scene” as pubs tended to have back ent...
Sixth Form Centre Hall<br />Pros: Fairly big hall, might be good for party scene; nearby.<br />Cons: Very modern; would be...
Aske Hall (near Richmond)<br />Pros: Beautiful gardens and house, perfect for confrontation scene; nearby. <br />Cons: Own...
The White Rose Hotel (Leyburn)<br />Pros: Beautiful Victorian exterior with original features, inside and out; nearby.<br ...
Grove House (Leyburn)<br />Pros: Listed building as one of the oldest in Leyburn, has all the original interior.<br />Cons...
Bedale Town Hall<br />Pros: Very grand, would be good to film as the exterior of the house; nearby.<br />Cons: Would have ...
Masham Town Hall<br />Pros: Would be good to film as exterior of house; nearby.<br />Cons: Would have to make sure there w...
Richmond Lower School<br />Pros: Would be good to film woman walking past windows as they are extremely striking.<br />Con...
Pump House (Wycar near Bedale)<br />Pros: Dates from 19th century; could be used in an outdoor shot (e.g. confrontation sc...
The Shoulder of Mutton (Richmond)<br />Pros: It’s a traditional 18th century inn, could be used for drunken scene; nearby....
The Stone House Hotel (Hawes)<br />Pros: Even though the century the house was built in is too late, we could film in the ...
Richmond Castle<br />Pros: Very striking.<br />Cons: Not sure what we would film there, dates back to 11th Century and has...
Knavesmire Manor House (York)<br />Pros: Extremely grand with original furniture and decor inside. <br />Cons: It’s a hote...
Druids Temple (Ilton)<br />Pros: Ancient temple; could help create mysterious mise-en-scène, particularly at night time (e...
St Mary’s Church (Ripon)<br />Pros: Beautiful old church with original features; could be a good idea to film confrontatio...
Beninbrough Hall and Gardens (York) <br />Pros: Amazing exterior and interior with original décor and furniture, gardens m...
Castle Howard (York)<br />Pros: Stunning country house and gardens, would be an ideal place to film; has been named “one o...
Newby Hall (Ripon)<br />Pros: Beautiful country house with 25 acres of renowned gardens.<br />Cons: Quite far away; open t...
Treasurer’s House (York)<br />Pros: Beautiful country house with original décor.<br />Cons: Quite far away; open to the pu...
Nunnington Hall (Nunnington near York)<br />Pros: Typical country house with a walled garden, meadows and orchard (with pe...
Moulton Hall (Richmond)<br />Pros: Old manor house with beautiful carved staircase; nearby.<br />Cons: Open to the public,...
Whashton Springs Farm House B&B (Richmond)<br />Pros: Nearby; dates back to the 18th century. <br />Cons: B&B so wouldn’t ...
Easby Abbey (near Richmond)<br />Pros: Ruins of an abbey dating back to the 16th century, very picturesque; nearby.<br />C...
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  1. 1. Possible Locations: pros and cons<br />
  2. 2. Georgian Theatre (Richmond)<br />Pros: Authentic Georgian theatre, stage could be used for party scene; nearby.<br />Cons: Not much space, would be difficult to ensure we don’t film the seating area.<br />
  3. 3. King’s Head Hotel (Masham)<br />Pros: Very old hotel with a room that could be used for the party scene; nearby.<br />Cons: Interior is quite modern.<br />
  4. 4. Alleyway (in Masham or near R.A.D.S)<br />Pros: Good for filming authentic “drunken scene” as pubs tended to have back entrances into alleyways such as these in Victorian times, nearby.<br />Cons: We might have to ask permission from shops/pubs down the alleyway, and we might have to ask them to take down any modern-looking fliers or posters from the window.<br />
  5. 5. Sixth Form Centre Hall<br />Pros: Fairly big hall, might be good for party scene; nearby.<br />Cons: Very modern; would be very difficult to avoid getting the ceiling in the way.<br />
  6. 6. Aske Hall (near Richmond)<br />Pros: Beautiful gardens and house, perfect for confrontation scene; nearby. <br />Cons: Owned by the Marquees of Zetland – might not agree to let us film there.<br />
  7. 7. The White Rose Hotel (Leyburn)<br />Pros: Beautiful Victorian exterior with original features, inside and out; nearby.<br />Cons: Not sure what we would use it for.<br />
  8. 8. Grove House (Leyburn)<br />Pros: Listed building as one of the oldest in Leyburn, has all the original interior.<br />Cons: Might not be big/grand enough to be a high class person’s house; it’s a b&b so we wouldn’t be able to film in rooms where guests are staying. <br />
  9. 9. Bedale Town Hall<br />Pros: Very grand, would be good to film as the exterior of the house; nearby.<br />Cons: Would have to make sure there were no cars parked in front – complicated.<br />
  10. 10. Masham Town Hall<br />Pros: Would be good to film as exterior of house; nearby.<br />Cons: Would have to make sure there were no cars parked in front – complicated.<br />
  11. 11. Richmond Lower School<br />Pros: Would be good to film woman walking past windows as they are extremely striking.<br />Cons: On the same site as a very modern building (would get in the way), and would be difficult to get permission to film as it has just been shut down to be converted into apartments; not really sure what else we could film there.<br />
  12. 12. Pump House (Wycar near Bedale)<br />Pros: Dates from 19th century; could be used in an outdoor shot (e.g. confrontation scene); building in the distance is also quite old.<br />Cons: Not really sure what specific use it could have; near a road.<br />
  13. 13. The Shoulder of Mutton (Richmond)<br />Pros: It’s a traditional 18th century inn, could be used for drunken scene; nearby.<br />Cons: It’s an inn so we wouldn’t be able to film when anyone was staying there; it’s next to a road so cars/noise of cars could interfere. Might be too “upper-class” looking for drunken scene – poor man wouldn’t go to as nice a pub.<br />
  14. 14. The Stone House Hotel (Hawes)<br />Pros: Even though the century the house was built in is too late, we could film in the gardens. <br />Cons: It’s a hotel and restaurant, so we couldn’t film when there were people staying or eating – also cars could get in the way.<br />
  15. 15. Richmond Castle<br />Pros: Very striking.<br />Cons: Not sure what we would film there, dates back to 11th Century and has fallen down in places. <br />
  16. 16. Knavesmire Manor House (York)<br />Pros: Extremely grand with original furniture and decor inside. <br />Cons: It’s a hotel, so we couldn’t film in rooms where guests are staying; it’s in York, so quite far away.<br />
  17. 17. Druids Temple (Ilton)<br />Pros: Ancient temple; could help create mysterious mise-en-scène, particularly at night time (e.g. confrontation scene, drunken scene); not too far away.<br />Cons: Not sure what else we could use it for. <br />
  18. 18. St Mary’s Church (Ripon)<br />Pros: Beautiful old church with original features; could be a good idea to film confrontation scene inside – religious connotations. <br />Cons: Couldn’t really use it for anything else.<br />
  19. 19. Beninbrough Hall and Gardens (York) <br />Pros: Amazing exterior and interior with original décor and furniture, gardens mean that we could film most scenes there. <br />Cons: Open to the public so might be difficult to film, quite far away. <br />
  20. 20. Castle Howard (York)<br />Pros: Stunning country house and gardens, would be an ideal place to film; has been named “one of the world’s top ten greatest mansions and grand houses” by the Lonely Planet’s top 1,000 ultimate sights guide.<br />Cons: Quite far away; open to the public so would have to film at a time when it is closed – might have to pay.<br />
  21. 21. Newby Hall (Ripon)<br />Pros: Beautiful country house with 25 acres of renowned gardens.<br />Cons: Quite far away; open to the public.<br />
  22. 22. Treasurer’s House (York)<br />Pros: Beautiful country house with original décor.<br />Cons: Quite far away; open to the public; décor isn’t necessarily Victorian, as it spans from Roman to Edwardian.<br />
  23. 23. Nunnington Hall (Nunnington near York)<br />Pros: Typical country house with a walled garden, meadows and orchard (with peacocks!); original décor.<br />Cons: Quite far away; open to the public.<br />
  24. 24. Moulton Hall (Richmond)<br />Pros: Old manor house with beautiful carved staircase; nearby.<br />Cons: Open to the public, but on a limited basis; has tenants living there – likely to have modern features.<br />
  25. 25. Whashton Springs Farm House B&B (Richmond)<br />Pros: Nearby; dates back to the 18th century. <br />Cons: B&B so wouldn’t be able to film in rooms where people are staying; people living and staying there so will be modern features; not really sure it will be what we are looking for.<br />
  26. 26. Easby Abbey (near Richmond)<br />Pros: Ruins of an abbey dating back to the 16th century, very picturesque; nearby.<br />Cons: Not really sure what we could use it for.<br />
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