Hollywood rental platform Giggster – famed for listing Harry & Meghan mansion – launches in UK

Hollywood rental platform Giggster – famed for listing Harry & Meghan mansion – launches in UK

Production space marketplace for studios and filmmakers launches in Britain with 1000 London locations

Giggster – the world-leading online booking platform for production and event rental space – is officially branching out into the UK.  

The Hollywood-born marketplace is moving across the Atlantic in 2021 – setting up in London with more than 1,000 ready-to-rent locations. 

Originally based in Los Angeles, Giggster has become the go-to rental hub for film students and production studios alike – with the platform listing an array of distinguished filming-friendly venues such as the California mansion now belonging to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.  

Using Giggster’s advanced platform, producers and event planners can find the exact locations they require for almost any type of shoot – from underground warehouses and industrial lofts to sunset villas and ocean ranches.  

The brand’s rollout across London is part of a rapid UK expansion, with hundreds of new locations being added every week.  Current listings already include original London Underground carriages and celebrity haunts such as Jimi Hendrix’s former home. 

Leanne Beesley, GM of Giggster’s European division, said: “We’ve been working hard to curate an exceptional range of production locations for this launch.  

“Our property hosts have a bit of everything on offer, from abandoned warehouses to luxe mansions. “Giggster’s quickly outgrown our Hollywood roots and has expanded to offer venues for nearly any purpose.  

“Guests can book remarkable locations for a wedding reception, conference, Christmas party, virtually any event.”  

Rental clients and property owners can find out more about how to use the Giggster platform by visiting the official website.  

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