Jeremy Irons Supports Action for Sick Children

Jeremy Irons is a patron of the charity Action for Sick Children.

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Jeremy Irons to Perform at Friendship Works Gala

Jeremy Irons will be one of the performers at a star-studded charity gala for Friendship Works.

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Baroness Helena Kennedy QC and Dame Eileen Atkins have also joined the star-studded cast for our Gala Show: An Evening with the Stars on Sunday 3 March.

The show at Shakespeare’s Underglobe, will feature special performances from the cream of Britain’s acting talent, including event organiser and Patron, Tim Pigott-Smith, Patron Jonathan Pryce CBE, Hattie Morahan, Jon Snow, and Richard Stilgoe.

Guests will be treated to a champagne reception at this celebrated historic venue on the banks of the Thames, followed by unforgettable and one-off performances, and an exceptional three-course meal.

Join us for An Evening with the Stars on Sunday 3 March, celebrate the best of British talent, and help raise funds for mentoring.

Tickets are £2oo0 for a table of 10, or £200 for individual tickets.

Buy your tickets online here or download a booking form and return it to Olwen Sisupalan, Events Manager, at olwen@friendshipworks.org.uk.

For more information about the event and ways to be involved, please call Olwen on 03331 500116/07702 945548 or email olwen@friendshipworks.org.uk.

Jeremy Irons Signed Gold Bar from Die Hard – Up for Auction

A gold bar from the movie Die Hard with a Vengeance is up for auction on ebay.co.uk

Shipping is only available to the United Kingdom.

All proceeds benefit the Royal London Society for the Blind.

Auction ends 26 Sep, 2012 14:01:22 BST

Jeremy Irons at the 2012 Sunflower Jam

Jeremy Irons was back again as emcee of the Sunflower Jam concert and charity auction at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

This year’s event took place on Sunday 16 September.

For more information on The Sunflower Jam, click HERE.

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Jeremy Irons Contributes to SixbyEight Charity Art Exhibition

Jeremy Irons has contributed a piece of artwork to the SixbyEight Charity Art Exhibition.


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To see all of the artwork in the SixbyEight exhibition go HERE.

This charity art event starts on the 11th November where patrons will have the opportunity to purchase art from professional and amateur artists. SixbyEight has collated in excess of four hundred pieces of art all measuring 6×8″ which will be sold at £40 each and all signed on the reverse , so a purchase is unknown – an ‘artistic gamble’, all proceeds from this event will then be donated to Hop Skip and Jump .

A private view will be held at the Bristol Gallery on the 11th November from 7pm, by invitation only (Due to overwhelming demand all tickets for the private view are now sold out), followed by the open view on 12th-13th November from 10am – 5pm. All donated works will be available to purchase.

Jeremy Irons at Federation Charity Concert

Jeremy Irons attended a charity concert organized by the Federation Charity in Moscow, Russia, Saturday, July 9, 2011.

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Jeremy Irons donates signed POLO tie to Prince’s Trust auction

A Ralph Lauren POLO tie once owned by English Bafta Nominated and Academy Award winning Actor Jeremy Irons has been donated to the Sellebrity UK online auction site, in support of The Prince’s Trust charity.

It comes with a Prince’s Trust card hand written and again personally signed by him. The card has a short explanation as to where Jeremy wore it.

The tie is personally signed by Jeremy on the inside.

This item is donated in support of The Prince’s Trust

Superjam 2011 Press Photoshoot

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Charity Founder- Jacky Paice (Wife of Legendary Drummer Ian Paice) Actor and rock lover- Jeremy Irons will act as our Master of Ceremonies for the evening. This year, to kick start the fundraising in a bigger and better way, a unique legendary event is being launched on the 8 July 2011 and will showcase the ultimate ‘Superjam 2011’ – a rock ‘n’ roll fundraising evening at the Royal Albert Hall. Music legends already confirmed include: Deep Purple’s, Ian Paice, Ian Gillian, Don Airey, Roger Glover, Steve Morse alongside Jon Lord, Joe Bonamassa.

This is the first time Deep Purple have performed in the last 2 years and with more legendary names involved including, Danny Bowes, Rick Wakeman, Newton Faulkner this promises to be an evening of compelling entertainment and hypnotic production.

The Sunflowerjam Charity which was founded in Spring 2011, supports initiatives set up to bridge the gap between integrated, functional and conventional medicine with a natural approach to wellness for children, young people, adults and their families with a range of acute and chronic emotional, mental and physical conditions.

Superjam 2011 is to be the charity’s biggest event to date and will help us to increase the already raised funds from previous events. The Superjam’s in the past have been on a much smaller scale – Jeremy Irons has always acted as MC and we have guest performances by world famous artists such as Status Quo, Paul Weller, Robert Plant, Ray Cooper, Bruce Dickinson, Suggs and not forgetting the late great Gary Moore(his son will perform with us this year). Jon Lord of Deep Purple is one of the trustees and an active supporter of the charity, says: ‘The Sunflower Jam ‘Superjam’ has become an established event for two reasons because: it’s such a great cause and because it’s such huge fun too!’

You can watch out for details as more artists become involved and you can purchase tickets from http://www.thesunflowerjam.com

General tickets are priced at £100.00 and VIP tickets which include drinks reception, best seats, dinner and drinks are £500 and £1000 per head. To become a sponsor or for specialist hospitality packages please contact 01202 896698 or pr@thesunflowerjam.com

Jeremy Irons Photographed for 31thirtyone Project

31thirtyone is a charitable photographic project with the aim to take 31 portraits in as many days. this year, all the photographs will take place during august. this will prove to be not only a logistical, but a photographic challenge too.

the resulting photographs will be put together as a physical and online exhibition, running concurrently later in the year. there will be a limited number of prints of each portrait, plus a special one-off signed, mounted & framed copy, which will be put on public auction.

all proceeds from these sales will be donated to this year’s nominated charity – crohns & colitis UK (NACC)

Here’s what photographer Matt Humphrey had to say in his blog about his photo shoot with Jeremy and Sinead:
” full of surprises
August 23, 2010

last week finished on an absolute high, after successfully fitting in 3 sittings on the friday to take my tally to 19. the late addition of jeremy irons was a great surprise, and a fantastic addition to the project. he and sinead cusack were also wonderful hosts when i visited their home in the country and, having made my trip out there, they made sure i returned not only with some great shots but laden with supplies for the journey and a bag full of vegetables! the whole experience was such a pleasure, and one that i feel honoured to have shared with them. “

Learn more and see the other portraits at www.31thirtyone.com

Sinead Cusack was also photographed for the 31thirtyone project:

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