Monday 22nd October 2018
We catch up with Rufus Hound, who has moved from being a stand-up comedian to stage and TV star. He discusses bringing the hit Royal Shakespeare Company production of Don Quixote to London's West End. Talking about the comic play, he says "there is no piece of art I am prouder of than this."
Tuesday 19th February 2013
A review of Rufus Hound appearing in the hit stage-show One Man, Two Guvnors.
The hit ITV show will return to the small screen in January and bosses have already starting lining up the celebs.Amy Brookbanks, The Sun, 18th September 2020
Stand-up turned actor Rufus Hound talks to Gill Sutherland about his career, DIY, politics, and being a dad -- onstage in the RSC's Boy in the Dress and in real life.Gill Sutherland, Stratford Herald, 20th February 2020
Bad comedy on telly is hardly unusual, but it's rare to see something so dreadful it's actually nauseating. The speeches about Britain's asylum laws, not to mention gay rights in Nigeria, came almost as a relief.Christopher Stevens, Daily Mail, 6th February 2020
Rufus Hound will play Dennis' dad; Irvine Iqbal plays Raj, the shopkeeper; Natasha Lewis plays Dennis' best friend Darvesh's mum, and Forbes Masson plays Mr Hawtrey, the headmaster from Dennis' school.Alex Wood, What's On Stage, 22nd August 2019