Film Marquees & Temporary Structures

Ragley Hall – A Timeless Classic

Fews have a close and long relationship with Ragley Hall, and it is one of the UK’s treasures as a filming location.

Designed in 1680 by Robert Hooke, the Hall is the family home of the 9th Marquess and Marchioness of Hertford.

Ragley is a Grade I listed Palladian mansion set in 450 acres of Capability Brown parkland and woodlands, providing a dramatic and dynamic landscape.

Inside offers the fabulous baroque plastered Great Hall, Red Saloon, State Dining Room, Prince Regent’s Bedroom, Mauve Room, Music Room, Breakfast Room and Green Drawing Room as well as the South Staircase Hall and its spectacular mural, ‘The Temptation’.

There have been a number of major productions filmed at Ragley including The Crown, The Canterville Ghost and Dancing on the Edge.

Red Saloon
The Great Hall
South Staircase
The Lake
Dancing on the Edge