Location shoots and Photogrpahy

With historic architecture and an easy, atmospheric aura, Dublin is like one big film set. We are located at the corner of D’Olier and Fleet Street. The street is named after Jeremiah D’Olier (1745–1817), a Huguenot goldsmith and a founder of the Bank of Ireland. D’Olier was the City Sheriff in 1788 and a member of the Wilde Streets Commission. The street was one of the last major interventions in the Dublin city plan to be executed by the Wide Streets Commissioners. We are located in the old Irish Times Building, which used to house the printing press until the mid 1990’s.

Built circa 1870 and renovated in 2017, Medley is a 5,000 sq. ft. film, TV, photography and event space. The split-level venue has a fully equipped catering kitchen and a smaller demonstration kitchen in the main events space on the mezzanine level. This is invaluable when filming in the main kitchen. The balcony is an amazing feature when shooting, meaning that lighting cranes aren’t so essential as we have an abundance of natural light from the front elevation of the building. Blackout blinds cover all windows if necessary.