Wall to Wall production company is looking for volunteers to take part in a new living history television series on 19th century Victorian tenement communities for the BBC.
The programme will meticulously recreate an urban tenement environment in London’s East End and inhabit it with ordinary people who will live, work and build a community in tough 19th century conditions.
The company is currently looking for young couples, siblings, friends and families (with children aged 10+), who may be interested in taking part.
Filming will take place over three weeks this Easter, and more information on the programme and how to apply can be found on the website: http://www.walltowall.co.uk/casting/the-victorian-east-end-bbc_975.aspx
Wall to Wall is a television production company which makes award-winning programmes such as Who Do You Think You Are (BBC One), Long Lost Family (ITV) and are also well-known for living history formats such as Turn Back Time: The High Street (BBC One), Time Crashers (C4) and the recent BBC Two hit series’ Back In Time For Dinner and Victorian Bakers.
The closing date for applications is midnight on 1 March 2016.