St Saviourgate York

St Saviourgate York

St Saviourgate York is situated within the Central Methodist Church, designed by architect James Simpson in 1840 and is today a Grade II* listed building.

St Saviourgate is centrally located just parallel to the junction of The Stonebow and Fossgate. The Shambles Market lies just opposite to the south west and the Big Dig is just to the north.

The building has over five flexible spaces, externally it has an iconic colonnaded portico frontage that leads into a two storey Great Hall. The Great Hall has a decorated high ceiling, stained glass windows and an impressive organ. A series of buildings connected to the Great Hall via a corridor lead to a sunny and green courtyard in the centre of the venue.

The Fulford and Rawcliffe rooms can be combined or separated by moving wall. This original wall feature is a wonderful example of Victorian engineering.

The Great Hall was used in the filming of the ITV series Victoria.


• The Great Hall has high ceilings and ornate original features including wooden pews
• Kitchen facilities on site – can be used for filming or crew catering
• Various breakout spaces - can be used for crew offices, changing or make-up areas etc
• Courtyard and garden area
• Derelict basement rooms
• Catering capability

You can view the spaces and for more information visit the St Saviourgate York website:

Classification Film Friendly Locations
Type F C T P
Address St Saviourgate York, CMC, St Saviourgate
State England
Country United Kingdom
Telephone +44 (0)1904-612171
Trading since 2021
Contact Chris Williams - Head of Venue
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