Abbot’s Cliff forms part of the White Cliffs of Dover. The location is beautiful and provides breath-taking views of the Channel and - on a clear day - France. The Samphire Hoe country park, which is under the cliff, can also be seen.
Built in 1928, the sound mirror was one of several positioned along the south coast, and was used to give an early warning of approaching enemy craft.
The location is accessible to the public, forming part of the North Downs Way.
Previous projects include: Back to Life (Daisy Haggard, 2019).
Subject to a minimum rental period. Due to lead-in time and safety requirements, only productions in band C are recommended to apply.
Abbot's Cliff & Sound Mirror
Off Folkestone Road
Art Deco, Iconic landmarks, Rural settings