Jeremy Irons recited “Afterwards” by Thomas Hardy, at the Sunflower Jam concert Celebrating Jon Lord on Friday 4 April 2014, at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Jeremy Irons attended an opening reception at the Hus Gallery in London, on Wednesday 26 March, for the exhibition “The Back of Beyond”, featuring work by Sam Irons, Adam Bainbridge and Neil Raitt.
The exhibition will run from 27 March until 27 April 2014.
Photos via the Hus Gallery Facebook Page:
Jeremy Irons was in attendance for the Press Night of Other Desert Cities, currently at the Old Vic Theatre in London.
Jeremy Irons and Sinead Cusack attend an after party celebrating the press night performance at Skylon Grill on March 24, 2014 in London, England.
(Photos by David M. Benett/Getty Images and Photos by Dan Wooller for WhatsOnStage)
Jeremy Irons, a patron of The Prince’s Trust, was in attendance on Wednesday 12 March, at the Prince’s Trust & Samsung Celebrate Success Awards at the Odeon Leicester Square in London, England.
Jeremy Irons was in attendance at the BAFTA Fellowship Luncheon in honor of Dame Helen Mirren. The Fellows Lunch for Dame Helen Mirren was held at The Savoy on Saturday 15 February. Mirren will receive the Fellowship at the EE British Academy Film Awards at the Royal Opera House on Sunday 16 February. Jeremy Irons will be a presenter at the BAFTA ceremony.
The following photos via Hackett on Dropbox:
A WORKSHOP WITH THE LEGENDARY ACTOR JEREMY IRONS – Monday Evening 10th Feb 2014
We are delighted that Jeremy Irons is coming in to give a masterclass on Monday 10th February from 7pm-9.30pm at our new venue St. Alban’s Fulham.
St. Alban’s Fulham
2 Margravine Road
London W6 8HJ
Tube: Baron’s Court
What to prepare:
There are places available for 4 participants, two men and two women who need to read/learn the first scene from Harold Pinter’s Betrayal. This will be followed by a Q&A.
Please note that it can be nerve racking to work on ones skills in front of an audience. Last time we had Jeremy in a few of the participating actors did get excellent opportunities as a result of the workshop, however one or two did feel very nervous and vulnerable in the presence of an audience. Most of our workshops have no audience, however there is so much to learn from this it is an opportunity not to be missed. If you want to participate be prepared to fail before succeeding and come with an attitude of working publicly, rather than performing publicly.
Scene One: Pub. 1977. Spring.
Emma and Jerry meet for the first time in two years. For 7 years they had an affair and a secret flat, and Jerry says no-one else knew. Now Emma is having an affair with Casey, an author whose agent is Jerry and whose publisher is Robert, Emma’s husband. Emma says she found out last night that Robert has betrayed her with other women for years, and admits she revealed her affair with Jerry.
In 1977 Emma is 38, Jerry and Robert are 40. I think this scene is just a two-hander.
Participants: £50 (4 places)
To apply please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with a CV and a photo
Jeremy Irons was one of the readers at A Celebration of Christmas, at St. Paul’s Cathedral in London, on Thursday 19 December 2013.
Jeremy read some passages from The Bible and also the “Christmas Day” entry from The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Aged 13¾ by Sue Townsend. (Scroll down for the full text.)
Here is audio of Jeremy reading on of the Bible passages at the event (Thank you to a TEAM JEREMY member in London for this recording!) -
View the full photo set HERE.
There was standing room only at St Paul’s as the annual Celebration of Christmas concert enthralled almost 2,500 people.
The concert, sponsored by Lloyds Banking Group and performed by the Cathedral Choir and City of London Sinfonia on Thursday 19 December, saw a mix of congregational carols, works for choir and readings from four very special guests – Jeremy Irons, Tim Pigott-Smith, Trevor Phillips and Emily Watson.
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Got up at 5 AM to have a ride on my racing bike. My father paid for it with American Express. I couldn’t ride it far because of the snow, but it didn’t matter. I just like looking at it. My father had written on the gift tag attached to the handlebars, ‘Don’t leave it out in the rain this time’-as if I would!
My parents had severe hangovers, so I took them breakfast in bed and gave them my presents at the same time. My mother was overjoyed with her egg-timer and my father was equally delighted with his bookmark, in fact everything was going OK until I casually mentioned that Bert and Queenie were my guests for the day, and would my father mind getting out of bed and picking them up in his car.
The row went on until the lousy Sugdens arrived. My grandma and grandad Sugden and Uncle Dennis and his wife Marcia and their son Maurice all look the same, as if they went to funerals every day of their lives. I can hardly believe that my mother is related to them. The Sugdens refused a drink and had a cup of tea whilst my mother defrosted the turkey in the bath. I helped my father carry Queenie (fifteen stone) and Bert (fourteen stone) out of our car. Queenie is one of those loud types of old ladies who dye their hair and try to look young. Bert is in love with her. He told me when I was helping him into the toilet.
Grandma Mole and Auntie Susan came at twelve-thirty and pretended to like the Sugdens. Auntie Susan told some amusing stories about life in prison but nobody but me and my father and Bert and Queenie laughed.
I went up to the bathroom and found my mother crying and running the turkey under the hot tap. She said, ‘The bloody thing won’t thaw out, Adrian. What am I going to do?’ I said, ‘Just bung it in the oven’. So she did.
We sat down to eat Christmas dinner four hours late. By then my father was too drunk to eat anything. The Sugdens enjoyed the Queen’s Speech but nothing else seemed to please them. Grandma Sugden gave me a book called Bible Stories for Boys. I could hardly tell her that I had lost my faith, so I said thank-you and wore a false smile for so long that it hurt.
The Sugdens went to their camp beds at ten o’clock. Bert, Queenie and my mother and father played cards while I polished my bike. We all had a good time making jokes about the Sugdens. Then my father drove Bert and Queenie back to the home and I phoned Pandora up and told her that I loved her more than life itself.
I am going round to her house tomorrow to give her the deodorant and escort her to the pantomime.”
Jeremy Irons and Sinead Cusack attended the Chickenshed Theatre UK Annual Gala at Guildhall in London on Wednesday 16 October 2013.
Jeremy was this year’s Guest of Honour.
Learn more about Chickenshed HERE.
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Jeremy Irons will be helping to raise proceeds for The Prince’s Trust
Bloomberg Tradebook Partners with Charities and Celebrities to Raise Funds and Awareness
For the second year in a row, Bloomberg Tradebook is gearing up to host its annual Charity Day on Thursday, October 17th in New York City, with London joining in for this year’s activities. Building on the success of last year’s inaugural Charity Day, Tradebook will bring together leading charities and their celebrity ambassadors at their global trading floors to help raise money and awareness for various worthy causes.
This year’s theme is “Trade it Forward” as all of the day’s net commissions will be donated to the participating charities.
Participants confirmed in New York are:
“The Tradebook team is proud to be hosting ‘Trade if Forward’ this year. We are thrilled to expand this effort across the pond to help support the admirable work of an even broader group of organizations. We are also honored to be working with these fine charities to help them raise awareness of and proceeds for their efforts,” said Ray Tierney, CEO and President of Bloomberg Tradebook, who spearheaded the event. “We realize the importance of developing a culture of giving throughout the financial community and look forward to continuing the event in years to come.”
Last year’s Halloween-themed “Trick or Trade” Charity Day commissions were donated to the participating charities and to Hurricane Sandy relief efforts.