Shepherds Bush is one of those areas of London which has plenty to offer and yet manages to somehow stay below the radar. Where other areas enjoy mass gentrification, Shepherds Bush has been gently adding glamour and glitz to the existing industry, community and local amenities. Whilst the area may seem a little rough around the edges it still has an air of elite chic about it. Perhaps it is the presence of so many media and television professionals or maybe it is simply the highly desirable shopping facilities that draw do many affluent people in. Either way, our very own Shepherds Bush escorts are always very much in demand from locals and visitors alike.
For many years Shepherds Bush has been dominated by the presence of the British Broadcasting Corporation. BBC TV Centre was located just down the road on Wood Lane as was Centre House and the newish White City building. TV stars, presenters and generally famous people have all visited here for acting jobs, interviews and promotion of their latest project which is why Shepherds Bush has a somewhat gilded reputation, despite not being the most desirable location in London. The arrival of the Westfield shopping centre cemented the area as a favourite haunt for those with plenty of money to spend, and spend it they did! The Champagne bar at Searcys is a favourite place for our Shepherds Bush escorts to meet with their clients. A few ice breaker drinks can be enjoyed before going on to dinner or to attend an award show or gala dinner for one of the local TV production companies. You see, the area is no longer dominated by the BBC but other TV companies too have moved here including Endemol, Input Media, 400 Co Ltd and many more. Shepherds bush is certainly the new Media city in London.
Whilst it may not be apparent at first glance but Shepherds bush has featured as a location in plenty of well-known TV series and Hollywood films. The old London Underground power station featured as the ‘acme factory’ in ‘Who framed Roger Rabbit’ and also as the interior of the British museum in ‘the Mummy Returns’. It is not just onscreen that Shepherds Bush has a claim to fame. The pop group, The Beatles, recorded their first ever TV appearance at the Lime grove studios in the area although these studios are now sleek new apartment buildings. Our Shepherds Bush escorts are happy to visit clients in any of the local areas and since many of these old production warehouses have been converted into industrial loft type apartments, you never know you could be meeting with our escorts Shepherds Bush in a place of historic interest!
With so many personalities present in this part of London it is no wonder that there are plenty of luxury restaurants to cater to their needs. The Defectors Weld is a great place to visit for a liquid lunch and many of our escorts in Shepherds bush have been known to enjoy a snack or two here. For a more intimate and exotic encounter then why not try the Oak W12. Elegant surroundings are the perfect backdrop for their wonderful Mediterranean flavours. Whilst Shepherds bush has retained much of its grittiness and raw urban flavour it is still a far cry from the fictional junkyard at 24, oil drum lane in Shepherd bush that was for many years the home of the favourite BBC comedy Steptoe & son.