Behind the scenes in TV period drama

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Sherborne resident Alec Thorne will this month offer a glimpse behind the scenes in the world of television and film production.
During his talk at the Digby Memorial Hall, he will be drawing on his experiences of working on period dramas such as Call the Midwife and Catherine the Great (2019) to illustrate how scripts are prepared for the screen – from research and set design, to costume, visual effects and lighting.

  • Thursday 19th October at 2pm
    Free admission for members of Sherborne Museum. Visitors: £5 on the door.
    Digby Memorial Church Hall, Digby Road, Sherborne, DT9 3NL

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