PICTURES: Filming In Micklegate For New BBC Brontë Drama


Filming in York


A York street went back in time on Thursday, as the BBC filmed a new drama from the creator of Happy Valley.

Film crews, horses and carriages, and actors in period dress filled a section of Micklegate for most of Thursday, to film a scene for To Walk Invisible, a drama about the lives of the Brontë Sisters.

Written and directed by Sally Wainwright, filming is taking place around Yorkshire, and will chronicle Charlotte, Emily and Anne’s relationship with each other and their brother Branwell, who was plagued by alcoholism and drug addiction in the last three years of his life.


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