Rhys Ifans

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Telegraph › 5 days ago
You'd be forgiven for wondering whether the charm of Matthew Warchus's production, back at the Old Vic for the third year in a row, might be starting to wear off.
Evening Standard › 1 week ago
Rhys Ifans is set to play Atticus Finch in the West End transfer of To Kill a Mockingbird. Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer-winning book comes to London in May, following a run on Broadway.
Mirror Online › 2 weeks ago
Showbiz pals were reportedly torn in two after Sadie Frost and Jude Law's split
The Sydney Morning Herald › Entertainment › 2 weeks ago
Keira Knightley stars as a British Intelligence worker who leaked a document - and almost stopped Britain going to war in Iraq.
Mirror Online › Entertainment › 3 weeks ago
The King's Man will be a prequel for the Kingsman franchise - but when is it released in UK cinemas?
Evening Standard › 1 month ago
Although bolstered by sturdy performances from Rhys Ifans and Rakie Ayola, Ed Thomas’s Welsh play is a cheekily slight post-apocalyptic fantasy.
The Sun › 1 month ago
CELEBRITIES including Bear Grylls, Stephen Merchant and Nicole Scherzinger are celebrating the moustache ahead of Movember. The stars have teamed up to encourage people to get involved in this year’s campaign – and grow their own tash. It comes...
The Guardian › Entertainment › 1 month ago
Knightley stars as the GCHQ translator who leaked a classified memo to the Observer exposing the US plot to spy on the UN in 2003
The Guardian › Entertainment › 1 month ago
Knightley gives a sympathetic performance as Iraq war whistleblower Katharine Gun in this shrewd and relevant spy drama
The Guardian › Entertainment › 2 months ago
The actor on an embarrassing wetsuit incident, an evangelical Sunday school and spontaneous combustion Born in Haverfordwest, Wales, Rhys Ifans, 52, was Bafta-nominated for the 1999 film Notting Hill. In 2005, he won a Bafta for playing Peter Cook in...
The Guardian › Lifestyle › 2 months ago
Sherman, CardiffEd Thomas’s lyrical new play situates its characters in a post-cataclysmic, Beckettian nowhere in which words are all they have leftBear Ridge Stores, a family-run butcher and greengrocer on Bear Ridge mountain, has been open for 100...
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