June 30, 2011

IconSarah Waters’ The Night Watch to be shown on TV in July

The film adaptation of Sarah Waters’ novel The Night Watch will finally be shown on British TV in July, the BBC has announced.

The Night Watch will be on BBC Two and BBC HD at 9pm on Tuesday 12 July 2011.

The 90 minute adaptation was shown early this year at the London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival, to critical acclaim.

Read the Lesbilicious review of The Night Watch BBC adaptation.

Read the exclusive Lesbilicious interview with Sarah Waters about the BBC adaptation.

2 Responses to Sarah Waters’ The Night Watch to be shown on TV in July

  1. Leanne says:

    Finally! It feels like I’ve been waiting for forever! Hahaha… So excited about this!

  2. Jerry says:

    The storyline of ‘The Night Watch’ was resonating so vividly in my mind after I read the book, that on my morning rush-hour walk to my City of London office the next day, I took a quick detour off Great Tower Street so that I could walk the short length of Idol Lane to find St Dunstan church for myself.

    St Dunstan was bombed out in wartime and was never rebuilt. Only its Wren tower remains intact. Its hollowed-out former interior has been neatly landscaped into a garden.

    As I walked round St Dunstan that morning, I toyed with the idea of commissioning a plaque to be nailed to the door of the church tower: “This is where Helen and Julia walked hand-in-hand and had a snog in 1944.”

    But don’t be silly, Jerry! It was only a story …

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