Pictures of BBC production set in Bognor

Filming at the top of London Road. Picture by Neil Cooper
Filming at the top of London Road. Picture by Neil Cooper

Filming has begun in Bognor for a new dark comedy set to air on BBC2.

The London Road Coach Park will be closed for two weeks as filming for the 'dark comedy' runs.

Set in Bognor Regis, 'Don't Forget The Driver' was written, directed and starred in by BAFTA nominated actor Toby Jones.

In a tweet, Arun District Council apologised for inconvenience caused and said: "Please be aware that the London Road Coach Park in Bognor Regis will be unavailable until October 8 due to the Council granting a licence in relation to a filming event currently taking place in Bognor Regis."

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BAFTA nominated Toby Jones on set in Bognor. Picture by Shelagh Fitzgerald

BAFTA nominated Toby Jones on set in Bognor. Picture by Shelagh Fitzgerald

The crew set up at the London Road coach park. Picture by Neil Cooper

The crew set up at the London Road coach park. Picture by Neil Cooper

Filming at the top of London Road. Picture by Neil Cooper

Filming at the top of London Road. Picture by Neil Cooper

BBC film crew by the pier. Picture by Shelagh Fitzgerald

BBC film crew by the pier. Picture by Shelagh Fitzgerald

Picture courtesy of Mel James who said she saw the film crew in a Queensway car park

Picture courtesy of Mel James who said she saw the film crew in a Queensway car park

BAFTA nominated actor Toby Jones

BAFTA nominated actor Toby Jones