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The angry Irish girl – the Sinéad of the savage crop and mouth to match – is a thing of the past. At 22, Sinéad is discovering the joys of marriage, motherhood and, not least, mysticism. You can hear this in the softer, more spiritual songs written for her new LP. It is, says Sinéad, like being visited by the Holy Ghost…
Mike Skinner has made a movie, the whole thing written, directed, filmed, funded and led by the man on the mic. It only took him 10 years.
Bringing Black British music culture to screen in a rollercoaster eight-part BBC/Netflix drama – with a little help from Ghetts and Ray BLK.
It’s the play that’s gone right: a theatrical phenomenon pulling in young audiences via a chilling story and clever actor choices like Cheryl and Lily Allen. As a UK tour looms, its creator and latest cast explain why audience participation – screams, wine spills, all of it – are welcome.
The Succession “winner” tells us all about Leeds United, red carpet drag and Lukas Matsson's fashion choices.
Arrested aged 25, whistleblower Reality Winner received the longest ever sentence for releasing intelligence to the media. Euphoria star Sydney Sweeney plays her in a stunning new film. Here, in her own words, is Winner’s story.
As the groundbreaking drama anoints its ultimate successor, we quiz Lupe on spin-offs, Succession sleepovers and closing the door on the role of a lifetime. “It’s like getting over a big heartbreak.”
Call Sheet: The actor stars in the house’s new campaign, photographed by Hedi Slimane. And he didn’t injure anyone on the shoot – unlike on True History of the Kelly Gang…
In an exclusive extract from her brilliant new memoir about battling breast cancer, the legendary FACE writer asks: how do you wear mascara if you’ve lost your eyelashes?
Call Sheet: the Australian actor has already played Peter Parker’s classmate, Nicole Kidman’s pupil and Kate Winslet’s daughter. Next up: an Apple TV+ thriller and an all-singing take on that ’00s teen classic.
Celebrating London’s biggest night with an exclusive playlist and a FACE archive special. Your pre-bank holiday dancefloor mash-up awaits…
Ewan Mitchell plays Aemond Targaryen, the power-hungry prince in Game of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon. Aemond’s no one-eyed jester. Yet the actor’s first shoot and print interview are all a bit... what’s the word?... bonkers. And brilliant. A peeper-popping example of an actor, high on the possibilities of the only job he ever wanted. And half a kilo of sugar.