This spacious and elegant ground-floor room features an RSA commissioned chandelier and two original Adam fireplaces. There is a large window that runs the length of the room providing a stunning view of the Strand.
With its Georgian façade, classical interiors and connection with Charles Dickens, the House offers ideal backdrops for photo shoots, TV interviews and dramas.
RSA House is the only location in London with the same façade as the iconic No.10 Downing Street. Many Royal and politically based films have been shot at the House as well and programmes with BBC, ITV and Channel 4.
The whole House or individual rooms can be hired for location filming and provides a range of distinctive spaces, ideal for both historical and contemporary sets.
The Iron Lady
The Iron Lady is a 2011 film based on the life of Margaret Thatcher. The RSA House was chosen as the backdrop for the iconic 10 Downing Street scenes.
The film won numerous awards, including two BAFTAs and two Academy Awards including Best Actress by Meryl Streep.
The Day of the Triffids
RSA House was picked as the location for some key scenes in The Day of the Triffids remake.
The two-part drama which featured apocalyptic-style footage of London as the world came under attack from a new generation of giant killer plants.
Adapted from the 1951 novel by John Wyndham, this modern-day version for the BBC has been penned by ER writer Patrick Harbinson and starred the very well known Eddie Izzard.
The Boat that Rocked
The Boat That Rocked is a comedy film set in 1960's Britain. The film tells of the United Kingdom pirate radio movement, which used a legal loophole to broadcast to audiences of up to 25 million from ships anchored off the coast of the UK. RSA House was selected as one of the London filming locations.
The film is written and directed by Richard Curtis and was made by working title films for Universal Pictures.
The Boat That Rocked stars Philip Seymour Hoffman, Bill Nighy, Rhys Ifans, Emma Thompson, Nick Frost and Sir Kenneth Branagh