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Garret Keogh, Online Editor | 21:55 UK time, Monday, 23 February 2009

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New to BH? Watch out, this post contains spoilers from series one...


Like Herrick himself, the funeral parlour is unassuming and respectful on the outside...  But past the pleasant façade it's cold, threatening and full of very dark secrets.


It was a tough gig for Andrew Purcell, the set designer in charge of creating the Being Human world.  However, this week we've gone behind the scenes to find out just how he turned this former car showroom in Bristol into one of the most important locations of the series.



  • Comment number 1.

    Thanks for posting this tour of the vampire lair. I really want to know where in Bristol it is. I think someone should start a Being Human Tours company that takes the fan(atics) round all the main sets. I remember years ago I happened to be in the area where League of Gentlemen was made, just pulling up in my car beside the iconic war memorial was such a buzz! :-)

  • Comment number 2.

    Thanks for this, great to see the thought processes behind everything.

  • Comment number 3.

    brizzle fin if you go on imdb someone says exactly where the house is as for the studio not quite sure but i dont think theyd appreciate being stalked lol which is what people on there sem to be plannning if theres a series 2 :-S

  • Comment number 4.

    this was intesing soz cant spell its great to see what people can do with just a blank room id still be standing in the midle of the place scrashing me head. well done to every one involed this is truly a brillant show


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