Chandos House was very privileged to be chosen as one of the filming locations for the highly anticipated mini-sequel to Love Actually, entitled Red Nose Day Actually. As the new title indicates; it was created for Comic Relief's Red Nose Day 2017.
The grade I listed Georgian townhouse in Marylebone was treated as the backdrop to the PM's residence, 10 Downing Street. Hugh Grant and Martine McCutcheon reprised their roles from the original film and it was written and directed as before, by Richard Curtis.
The events team worked very hard with the filming
and production company, Richard Curtis stated
"Thank you to the delightful team at Chandos House for lending us their more than perfect home for our shoot. It was easily transformed in to the perfect home for our, slightly older but still dancing, Prime Minister, Hugh Grant. The team were more than accommodating and it made for a memorable day in the lead up to this year's Red Nose Day. Marvellous."
Here is a sneak peak trailer from YouTube on what maybe in store...