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Paid for contentBrae the next location for filming crime drama scenes

FILMING scenes for the next Shetland crime drama will continue next week, with Brae the location for some action on Monday.

Crews will be at the local hall between 11am and 10pm.

Assistant location manager Davie Gardner said: “Part of the ‘action’ will take place around the exterior of the hall as detailed on the attached map.

“This will require some minimal traffic control on the main A970 through Brae in the area of the hall – estimated to take place between 7 and 10pm. These controls will take the form of occasional and temporary ‘stop / go’s’.

“However, these will only last for a few minutes on each occasion before any traffic being held is released again. Nevertheless, sincere apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.”

ITV Shetland’s technical filming support unit will be based in Wethersta’ for the duration of this shoot until late pm on Monday 15  April.

“Please be aware of this and the increase in traffic this is likely to create between our Wethersta parking area and our filming location in central Brae,” Gardner added

“Again, apologies for any inconvenience this may cause, but thanks once again for your co-operation with this.”


Any issues or questions associated with this please contact Davie Gardner – Assistant Location Manager – Shetland – on 07867 654 509 

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