Downtown Abbey Star Michelle Dockery has been roped in for the lead. Peak BlindersCalled a personal drama by director Steven Knight for the BBC This town.
Steven Knight is ready for the exhibition. This town With his six-parter production company in Birmingham.
It has assembled a group of British actors including Michelle Dockery (Downtown Abbey), Nicholas Pink (Marcelaand David Dawson (My policeman).
deadline It was reported on 24 November that the film was previously titled ‘Two Tone’ and would tell the story of her and an extended family fascinated by the world of Two Tone music, which is “downstairs at the end of Coventry and Birmingham”. Began in the “70s and early 80s, uniting black, white and Asian youth.”
Knight, whose war drama SAS: Rogue Hero Currently airing. BBC Onesaid, “This is a project very close to my heart.”
He added to the outlet, “It’s about an era I’ve lived through and know very well and it involves characters I grew up with. It’s a love for Birmingham and Coventry. It’s a letter, but I hope people around the world will connect with it.”
Knight will serve as the film’s creator, writer, and executive producer alongside Karen Wilson, Martin Haynes, Katie McAleese, Joe McLellan, Laura Conway, Matthew James Wilkinson, and Nick Angell.
Paul Wittingen will direct the 20th century film while Charlotte Surtees will serve as producer.