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This tragi-comic drama is set in northwest London and filmed around Dartmouth Park, between Highgate and Kentish Town in Camden. This was once an actual park belonging to the Earl of Dartmouth.
Find out more about Fleabag's community, and discover some well-known locations.
Where was Fleabag filmed?
Four main roads in the Dartmouth Park district are where almost all Fleabag action was filmed. Street scenes cover the leafy suburbs between Highgate, Kentish Town and Parliament Hill Fields. Some of the open spaces and outdoor city scenes were filmed in central London, including Lincoln's Inn Fields and Finsbury Square.
The Village Café in York Rise near Highgate was picked as the location for Fleabag's guinea-pig themed café. The BBC gave the original premises a make-over but, after the show finished, it became a Turkish kitchen.
Fleabag's sister Clair's house is just two minutes walk around the corner from the café in Laurier Road. This is a resident Fleabag's sister Clair's house is just two minutes walk around the corner from the café in Laurier Road. This is a residential street that crosses York Rise.
Fleabag's night-time street excursions were usually filmed on Southampton Road in Gospel Oak.
This historic mansion is now an ornate country house venue for events and weddings. The house sits in extensive grounds overlooking a loop in the River Thames and is one of the UK's top ten choices for film-makers. This is the only Fleabag location outside London. In the middle of the first series Fleabag and her sister go there for a silent retreat.
The climactic final scene of the first series features a sexhibition mounted by Fleabag's godmother. This was shot on the top floor of London's Tate Modern, a former power station on Bankside. A popular film and TV location, huge plate glass windows overlook the Thames and St Paul’s cathedral. The cinematographer was able to take advantage of the sunset over the river.
The second season of Fleabag premiered with a family dinner party filmed at this American steakhouse. S&W is just off the Strand in the old Adelphi Hotel building. This is the last survivor of the 18th-century neoclassical terrace that fringed the Thames and, inside, is 1930s art deco.
In the second series, Fleabag meets the Hot Priest, played by Andrew Scott. Several of the church scenes involved in their relationship were filmed at the Parish Church of St Andrew's, on Old Church Lane. The production also used Christ Church, Hampstead, a Victorian Gothic building in Hampstead Square.
The small park areas around Laurier Road were used for some of the street scenes in Fleabag. Many of the streets around York Rise were also used as locations. The bus stop, though, was shot all the way west in Station Road, Hampton.