If you’ve visited Haworth this week, you’ll notice that the BBC production team have now started setting up for filming of Sally Wainwright’s TV film drama about our famous homegrown literary siblings the Brontes.
‘To Walk Invisible’ will be screened this Christmas and is being filmed at both a replica of the Bronte Parsonage which has been built on the nearby moors, and here on Main Street, which is undergoing a dramatic transformation to take it back to the 1840s.
We’re incredibly excited to announce that our shop Daisy Days will be a key part of the Main Street set! The cellar of the former premises of our sister café Cobbles & Clay is also being used for filming. This unfortunately means that we will have to close for a few days (6-9 June 2016) but it will all be worth it to see our home star in the show.
Until filming starts on 6 June, Main Street and all its shops are open as usual and you can see the set being created.