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Primark Film Christmas advert in Baltic Triangle

PRIMARK choose the Red Brick Vintage and Hangar Market as a location for this years Christmas advert.

The creative district is becoming the go-to spot for filming in Liverpool. The area’s industrial style and independence has attracted filmmakers from all over the world to shoot scenes for all kinds of programmes and adverts. Some of the more notable ones have been the Aviva advert with F1’s David Couthard playing a rouge a taxi Driver and scenes of from Peaky Blinders shot at the Old Brewery.

Now, the creative team at the Red Brick Vintage and Hangar have scooped a real coup for Liverpool. They are the attractive backdrop for the new PRIMARK Christmas Advert.

Affectionally known as ‘RI MANI’ in Liverpool the brand and its advertising agency were attracted to the Red Brick Vintage and Hangar site for its uniqueness and quality as a distinctive filming location. With its retro and quirky feel it certainly stands out.

A Spokesperson from the Red Brick Vintage and Hangar said

“Primark is a retail giant and could have chosen anywhere to film their Christmas advert so we are delighted that they chose us and Liverpool”

The hero of the video is seen finishing his shift at the Red Brick Vintage and Hangar and then getting Christmas ready in a variety of Christmas Jumpers…it can be viewed here.

The Red Brick Vintage and Hangar is a collection of over 100 independent traders and do things differently than the high street. If there is something unique you would like to buy that is the place to go to. It certainly worked with PRIMARK and the result is all down to the fantastic effort of The Red Brick Vintage creative team. The venue is available for film shoot especially if something slightly different and retro is required.

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Communications Director for Baltic Triangle CIC and Managing Director of Liverpool Digital Marketing company Easytech / Keep up to date with all Baltic related news on twitter

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