Production company behind The Late Late Show finds new London headquarters
Cain International has confirmed Islington Square is set to become the London headquarters of BAFTA and Emmy award-winning production company Fulwell 73.
The company, which his behind the likes of Bros: After the Screaming Stops, Sunderland ‘Til I Die, The Late Late Show and Carpool Karaoke, will move into the new scheme in the heart of Islington. Led by partners James Corden, Leo Pearlman, Gabe Turner, Ben Turner and Ben Winston, it has outgrown its existing premises in Camden and has ambitions to grow its headquarters in the UK.
The production company has worked with popular music and sports talent to make TV shows and other broadcast specials for stars like Bruno Mars, Harry Styles and Sam Smith. It has also produced feature documentaries with David Beckham and Usain Bolt.
At Islington Square, Fulwell 73 will operate across two buildings comprising 25,000 sq ft. The new premises will host the post-production function of the business and an open-plan office featuring a café and terrace.
Richard Pilkington, managing principal at Cain International, commented: “Ahead of the launch next month, we are pleased to welcome Fulwell 73 to Islington Square. This addition will further strengthen Islington Square’s position as an exciting new London destination which will compliment the existing creative line-up currently residing in the area. Traditionally production companies have based themselves in Soho and Camden – it is a huge win to sign a name like Fulwell 73.’’