All Of Us Strangers London filming locations: Where the movie was shot in the capital

The London spots featured in All Of Us Strangers, including the iconic Royal Vauxhall Tavern.

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Quite a few London locations were used for filming in All Of Us Strangers movie, which stars Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal.

The movie, which was released in cinemas on Friday, follows Adam (Scott), looking back on his childhood and visiting the house in which he grew up. He is left in shock when he learns his parents, who died when he was a child, are still living there and are just as they were on the day they died.

Filming of Adam's childhood home took place in Croydon. Other parts of the city, including central London, are featured in the movie.

Let's take a look at some of the other capital spots Londoners will recognise in All Of Us Strangers.

Sanderstead, south Croydon

Much of the movie was filmed across the south of Croydon in the Sanderstead area. Locals may recognise some of the spot's roads, including Limpsfield and Purley Downs, as well as Sanderstead Recreation Ground and Whitgift Shopping Centre.

Bank Underground Station 

London's Underground hosted filming for All Of Us Strangers. In particular, shooting took place at Bank station, with Waterloo & City line trains used.

Royal Vauxhall Tavern

The Grade II listed LGBTQ entertainment venue was another London spot that welcomed filming for the movie, when Andrew Scott and Paul Mescal's characters go clubbing.