Goldsmiths' Hall is a prestigious building located in the City of London. It serves as the headquarters of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths and is known for hosting extravagant events. Built in 1835, it features stunning architecture and houses a vast collection of silver and gold artifacts.
Filming of the cake scene took three days. Director Matthew Lopez opened up about the complicated logistics behind filming this scene. “It was a huge scene with hundreds of extras in a grand ballroom and huge dresses and a seven-foot high wedding cake and stunts and lots and lots of frosting,” he explained. “It was also fairly early in the shooting schedule so I was still a fairly unpracticed director at the time. I wasn’t unpracticed at the end of it.”
Goldsmith’s Hall has been featured in many productions. Some of these include Vanity Fair, The Crown, Downton Abbey and Killing Eve.
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