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What is being filmed in South Woodford?

PUBLISHED: 11:32 01 August 2017

Extras having a break and queuing up to be part of a production being filmed at the Woodford Memorial Hall in South Woodford

Extras having a break and queuing up to be part of a production being filmed at the Woodford Memorial Hall in South Woodford

Archant

Residents have been left intrigued by a film crew working in the Memorial Hall in South Woodford over the past two days.

Extras having a break and queuing up to be part of a production being filmed at the Woodford Memorial Hall in South WoodfordExtras having a break and queuing up to be part of a production being filmed at the Woodford Memorial Hall in South Woodford

Extras, dressed in 1940s outfits, were seen milling around next to St Mary’s Church, in High Road, while the set was organised.

The Recorder understands they are filming a ghost story in South Woodford for two days, involving a priest and the church.

A source said they couldn’t reveal who the lead actors are, but they are “well known”.

This isn’t the first time the area has been used as a set in TV shows and films.

Last year Tom Hardy came to the St Mary the Virgin Church, in Overton Drive, Wanstead.

A gaggle of fans waited outside to catch a glimps of the star of Batman and The Revenant film his BBC drama series Taboo.

Do you know what is being filmed today? Have you spotted any A-listers? Email ralph.blackburn@archant.co.uk.


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