"Camera crews descended on Ruthin Gaol on Monday, where dozens of extras were dressed as wardens and prisoners.This video ghost tour gives a decent idea of the interior, as well as being incredibly creepy.
The site was used to replicate HM Holloway Prison in London where 27 women were locked up after a demonstration in Downing Street during their fight for equal voting rights in the early 20th century. [...]
Senior archivist at Ruthin Gaol, Jane Brunning, said it was a coup for the town to be a part of what could potentially be a blockbuster.
“The second unit for the film was shot on Monday from 5.50am until 5.10pm after the crew set up on Sunday,” she said.
“We had 10 extras dressed as warders, prisoners and a doctor filming on the walkways in F Block. We were a small part of what should be quite a prestigious production.”
Film Filming of Suffragette continues, with the second unit rolling into Denbighshire: