Is it true that you’re going ito the Old Vic soon?
Eddie Marsan: I don’t know. They’ve asked me to go and do a season there and it all depends on domestic things. My wife’s just having a baby. So it depends on whether it’s suitable for me. It’s not agreed yet. Q. Do you still get a big buzz out of the stage though? Eddie Marsan: I haven’t done it for a while. I went to the Old Vic last night to see Speed-The-Plow and so yes I do. I think the writing is just fantastic, particularly last night. Funnily enough, there’s a scene in Happy-Go-Lucky where we do the cockpit drill and Cliff explains where everything is in the car and we rehearsed that for ages. Mike put the camera on the side of the car and if you watch that scene it’s one take. There’s no editing in that scene. The camera stays there for four or five minutes. And that was like being on the stage. When I went to see Speed-The-Plow and listened to the dialogue I suddenly realised the great fun of beginning a sentence or train of thought that will go on for 10 minutes and deliveri