Christmas movie locations in UK you can visit for this year’s festive staycation

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Christmas movie enthusiasts are still in time to schedule staycation to visit one of their favourite UK set locations.

Fans can visit the iconic house in London where Mark confessed his love to Juliet in Love Actually and some of the spots seen in Nativity!, which was mostly shot in the West Midlands.

John Charnock, CEO of said: “Every year people from all over the world snuggle up and put on their favourite Christmas film to get into the festive spirit.

“But now fans can actually visit the filming locations of some of the most classic festive movies.”

For example, the iconic Warwick Castle served as the filming location for college scenes in Nativity!.

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Various other sites in the West Midlands, including Avoncroft Museum, Stratford-upon-Avon, and Coventry Cathedral, featured prominently in the film.

Fans of The Holiday have the opportunity to discover the charming village that serves as the backdrop for Amanda’s festive adventures.

Shere, located in Surrey, is a quintessential rural English village, offering visitors the chance to appreciate stunning landscapes and go on scenic countryside strolls.

Love Actually fans can see to the memorable location where Mark declares his love to Juliet through a sequence of handwritten signs.

The enchanting setting is St Luke’s Mews in Notting Hill, London, and the pink residence at number 27 has evolved into a sought-after destination for enthusiasts of this beloved Christmas film.

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Earlier this year, Love Actually director Richard Curtis announced Christmas Actually, which won’t be a stage adaptation of Love Actually but a festive theatre show for the charity.

According to the BBC, Christmas Actually will be a variety performance full of live music, poetry and comedy this December.

The filmmaker said: “We hope it’ll be a real chocolate box – or perhaps advent calendar – of delights.”

Curtis has promised audiences that Christmas Actually, which will run for eight performances at the Royal Festival Hall from December 7-11, will be “noisy and emotional and full of surprises and jokes, with some proper celebrity sparkle.”

The director continued: “I remember I didn’t always love the Christmas shows I took my children to, but I always took them to one. So we thought it would be fun to make a show for Christmas that really is fun for all the family. And then the idea of doing it also to raise money for Comic Relief made the idea irresistible.”

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