In this macabre one-man drama, Spall is marvellous as a psychiatric patient who brings to life a string of showbiz icons Timothy Spall turns in an accomplished performance in this macabre, airless and
Dir: Stephen Cookson; Starring: Timothy Spall. 15 cert, 83 mins. Like a hamster that won’t fetch the newspaper, Stanley, a Man of Variety is a pet project that has been raised as the wrong kind of pet.
The actor’s new film – Stanley, A Man of Variety – echoes David Lynch and a dark Ealing classic. Here he tells why he chose to re-create the giants of music hall as ‘English noir’ Timothy Spall has often
• Finding Your Feet • Directed by Richard Loncraine • Written by Meg Leonard and Nick Moorcroft • Starring Timothy Spall and Imelda Staunton • Classification PG; 109 minutes rating Oh dear. This is one
When Timothy Spall and Imelda Staunton arrive to London’s Soho Hotel to discuss their new film “Finding Your Feet,” they can’t stop complimenting each other. Spall, who recently finished shooting “Mrs.
“Finding Your Feet” would be facedown on the ground if it didn’t have its well-burnished cast of U.K. acting heavyweights, led by Imelda Staunton, Timothy Spall, Celia Imrie and Joanna Lumley. Another