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Wales has an increasing number of TV series being directed, produced and shot in Wales. To support our growing reputation for great TV, Wales now has a number of world class studios;

Pinewood Studios Wales [ image cited Wales Screen]

The Iconic film company Pinewood Studios has a base in Cardiff Bay. The studio forms part of the company's global network and boasts 70,000 sq ft of shooting space, another 70,000 sq ft of mixed use production space, including production accommodation and modern, flexible offices and amenities.

Roath Lock Studios [image cited Wales]

The BBC has located its state of the art Roath Lock studio in Cardiff. It has been up and running since September 2011. The 175,000 sq ft facility is the screening location for the BBC’s prime time shows Casualty, Dr Who, Sherlock and Pobl y Cwm, the BBC’s longest running soap opera. It boasts nine HD studios.

Dragon International Film Studios

The complex, also known as Valleywood, has a number of TV and film studios at Llanilid near Bridgend, was proposed by Lord Richard Attenborough, the then chair of  Dragon International Studios limited. There are four stages, up to 20,000 sq ft and shows such as Merlin and the film Ironclad have been filmed there.

Bay Studios

Located in Swansea Bay, Fabian Way, Bay Studios is currently the largest indoor filming space in Europe. For that reason, Films, tv series and events all make use of the fantastic venue. 

Wolf Studios Wales

Bad Wolf productions is set to open one of the largest studios in Wales after partnering with the Welsh government, to film their upcoming shows A Discovery of Witches and His Dark Materials. Located in Cardiff’s Ocean Way, the site will be total around 253,500 sq ft.

[Sherlock - filmed at Roath Lock Studios - cited BBC Wales]

Wales Wales Screen encourages film and television productions to use locations, crew and facilities throughout Wales. Part of the Welsh Government’s Creative Industries Sector team, Wales Screen assists both inward investment and indigenous productions on a practical basis, ensuring that their spend within the Welsh economy is maximised.