William Wordsworth came home when actors from the Theatre by the Lake paid a visit to Rydal Mount.
The cast of the play William Wordsworth, with director Michael Oakley, were invited to the house which features prominently in the production.
And John Sackville, who plays the title role, was filmed sitting on Wordsworth’s original sofa and reading the poet’s most famous work, Daffodils.
The visit was arranged by Peter Elkington, the curator of Rydal Mount, which was Wordsworth’s home for most of his life and is still owned by the Wordsworth family.
Among the actors were Emma Pallant, who played Wordsworth’s sister Dorothy, Rosalind Steele (Mrs Coleridge), Amiera Darwish (Sara Hutchinson), and Olivier award winner Joseph Mydell (George Beaumont).
Also there were the three youngsters from Borrowdale School who had taken turns to play Wordsworth’s son Thomas: twins Tom and Oscar Pye-Kendall, and Theo Fulton.
The group was given a tour of the house and gardens, and invited into Wordsworth’s dining room for a cream tea.