SAS Red Notice: Sky action drama based on Andy McNab’s book filmed in Berkshire stately home


Scenes from Sky Cinema’s latest blockbuster were shot in a large stately home in Berkshire.

SAS Red Notice is the latest Sky Original enjoyed by customers.

Part of the fast-paced thriller was filmed at Englefield House in Theale.

The film tells the story of the SAS battle against a group of terrorists called the Black Swans who hijack a Eurotunnel train.

It is based on the book by former SAS member Andy McNab and stars Sam Heughan as a badass agent who fights terrorists as the UK government behaves increasingly dark and corrupt.

The family home of Heughan’s character Tom Buckingham III in the film is “The Buckingham Estate”, which in real life is Theale’s giant mansion owned by former Newbury MP Richard Benyon and his family.



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Large parts of the film were also shot in Hungary and London.

This is not the first time that a major filming has taken place in the stately home of Berkshire.

Scenes from Hollywood blockbusters like X: Men First Class and the critically acclaimed King’s Speech were filmed there

The house is set in 12 acres of gardens and woodland, and has a deer park and incredible views over the Berkshire countryside.

More Hollywood blockbusters from the county can be found here.

The SAS red notice is available for Sky Cinema customers.

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