Whitechapel stars film on historic streets

The gritty and atmospheric ITV1 detective drama Whitechapel might be set in London’s East End but most of the filming for interior scenes takes place in Crouch End in North London, where a purpose built set housing the sets for Whitechapel police station was constructed inside an old municipal building.

Other location filming for the show – which stars Rupert Penry-Jones, Phil Davis and Steve Pemberton – took place out on the streets of Brick Lane and Whitechapel – including some of the historic old cobbled streets where Jack The Ripper stalked his victims – along with other nearby East End locations.


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