London Film and Media

3 days /2 nights

From only £139pp

Overview

3 days /2 nights From only £139pp

Our Media tours to London offer a fascinating insight into the world of Film, TV and Media. Discover the magical world of Hogwarts. Explore iconic 007 memorabilia and see how films are classified.

What's included in the trip?

  • Accommodation on B&B basis
  • Multi-bedded rooms for students
  • Single/twin rooms for leaders
  • Free itinerary planning & visits booking service
  • Comprehensive travel pack
  • 1:10 leader place ratio

Sample itinerary

  • Day 1

    Departure from UK. TV and Movie tour.

  • Day 2

    The Making of Harry Potter Studios tour and workshop (full day).

  • Day 3

    BBC Studio tour. London Film Museum. 

  • Day 4

    Free time. Departure to UK.

Accommodation

Enhance your trip

  • Using a range of commercial, television and film scripts, students will gain experience in scenes and camera set-ups. You will learn about castings and auditions. You will prepare and work on monologues, duologues and scenes.
  • The London Film Museum is dedicated to the British film industry.
  • West End theatre is usually considered to represent the highest level of commercial theatre in the English-speaking world.
  • Meet a BBC Journalist and listen to them discuss their role, the role of the BBC and British journalism.
  • The Shard is among the latest addition to London’s skyline designed by Master Architect Renzo Piano. It has become the tallest building in Westoern Europe at a height of 1016ft.
  • Some of London’s most classic icons can be seen on a Thames boat trip which meanders through the centre of the UK’s capital sailing past Canary Wharf, Westminster and more.
  • Since its first public flight in March 2000 the London Eye has been a dominant feature to London’s Southbank. This wheel can carry up to 800 passengers per turn and views as far as Windsor Castle can be seen on a clear day.
  • Madame Tussauds London swirls over two centuries of figures from popular and celebrity culture under one roof. There are 14 different sections displaying over 300 wax figures including some of Madame Tussaud’s early work.