A mystery film crew has descended upon a High Street in Buckinghamshire today.

Buckinghamshire Council has given permission for filming on Marlow High Street between 8am and 8pm today (October 19) for a mystery project.

No closures or traffic management measures have been put in place at the site.

A spokesperson for the Buckinghamshire Film Office said they were unable to disclose information about productions that are currently filming due to the confidential nature of the business.

Film crews were previously spotted in the town between June and August as production got underway on an adaptation of local novelist Robert Thorogood’s murder-mystery series ‘The Marlow Murder Club’.

They were granted permission to film at several locations around Marlow including the High Street, Station Road, Quarry Wood Road and Higginson Park.

First-look images of the Steve Barron-directed series, which will air in four segments on the Drama channel in 2024, were unveiled at the beginning of September.


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Speaking at the time, Debra Hayward, co-founder of the production company Monumental Television, said: “We instantly fell in love with Robert’s book, and we’re delighted that he’s bringing it to the screen with us.

"Combined with Steve Barron's brilliant directing and our superb cast led by Samantha Bond, we hope that audiences will be as captivated by Robert's Marlow as we are."