To Walk Invisible: From Parsonage to Production

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An exhibition of costumes, props and photography

An exhibition of costumes, props and photography

An exclusive opportunity to see the costumes from To Walk Invisible, Sally Wainwright's acclaimed Brontë drama, in the historic setting of the Parsonage. Designer Tom Pye worked closely with academics and experts to create costumes which are authentic to the period and which evoke the separate personalities of each member of the Brontë family. Also on display in this arresting exhibition are props made especially for the drama and a selection of stills from photographer Michael Prince which give an enticing behind-the-scenes glimpse into the filmmaking process.

Exhibition free with admission to the Museum.
Great movie. Visually stunning, Great acting.

Blackfeather at 09/10/2017 08:26am

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