Max Irons to appear in Wallenstein

Max Irons

Max Irons is to appear as “Count Max” in the play Wallenstein for the Chichester Festival Theatre.



22 May – 13 June 2009 – WORLD PREMIERE
Minerva Theatre

By Friedrich Schiller
Adapted by Mike Poulton
With Iain Glen

Max Irons as  Count Max

Theatre credits include Semi-Monde, Plenty, London Cuckolds, The Revenger’s Tragedy, Twelfth Night, New Girl in Town, Oedipus, The Cherry Orchard and Under the Blue Sky (Guildhall).
Television credits include Every 7 Seconds.
Films include Dorian Gray, Being Julia.
About the play:
Albrecht von Wallenstein, Duke of Friedland, Supreme Commander of the Habsburg armies, champion and saviour of the Holy Roman Empire, stands undefeated in a seemingly endless war of religion. A victim of his own military success, Wallenstein believes he is the only commander who can bring peace to the Empire.
In the field, Wallenstein inspires fanatical loyalty in his troops. At court, politicians, jealous of his victories, howl for his dismissal and plot against his life. Four wintry days of terrible events, conspiracy, divided loyalty and betrayal culminate in one night of violent score settling.
Wallenstein’s struggle is played out on a vast European stage, but the heart of the tragedy is private and domestic: wives, children, lovers and friends must bear the heaviest burden of suffering. Schiller’s skill in balancing the epic with the human make him arguably Europe’s greatest playwright.


Minerva Theatre

Minerva Theatre

Positioned in the beautiful surroundings of Oaklands Park, Chichester Festival Theatre is one of the United Kingdom’s flagship theatres, with a dazzling international reputation for producing a wide range of theatrical productions, from musicals and comedies, to classic drama and innovative new writing.

Jeremy announces winners of Easter Bonnet competition


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Susan Sarandon, Doris Eaton Travis, Jeremy Irons

Susan Sarandon, Doris Eaton Travis, Jeremy Irons

Jeremy Irons joined Susan Sarandon and Jane Fonda to announce the winners of the 23rd annual Easter Bonnet Competition; which culminated in a two-day Broadway spectacular that featured the companies of 18 Broadway, off-Broadway and touring productions singing, dancing, and donning original Easter bonnets — has raised $3,402,147, to benefit Broadway Cares/ Equity Fights AIDS.

The national tour of Rent raised the most money ($352,060), with 33 Variations leading the Broadway companies with $183,546, followed by Wicked ($176,714), Billy Elliot ($155,103), and Shrek ($139,304).

Jane Fonda, Jeremy Irons, and Susan Sarandon presented the awards for top fund raising companies and the outstanding bonnet presentation, which went to the company of 33 Variations. The winning bonnet was designed by David Masenheimer.


Andre DeShields showed off the Impressionism bonnet, designed by Del Miske.

Jeremy appears in the video at 7:19 (and with a witty joke!)

Max Irons attends MANGO event – VIDEO

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Max is in this video at 1:02


On April 29th, Max Irons attended the presentation of the 2nd Annual Mango Fashion Awards at the Hangar de MANGO at Palau Solità-i Plegamans in Barcelona. MANGO representatives, accompanied by the Chairman Oscar de la Renta and the rest of the members of the Jury, hosted an exclusive press conference for the attending media to offer a final assessment and announce the overall winner.

This event was attended by familiar faces from the world of politics, film and culture, fashion and television, including Jerry Hall, Riley Keough Presley, Marie-Ange Casta, Max Irons, Carla Royo-Villanova, Monica Cruz , Naty Abascal, Luis Medina, Genoveva Casanova, Elisabeth Reyes, Alejandra Prat, Mónica Estarreado, Pablo Rivero, Leticia Dolera, Aida Folch, Kira Miró, among others.

After the presentation, Mango held a cocktail party held in the same hangar in which they operate Solange Knowles clothing line.

Learn more about the Spanish fashion brand MANGO here.

Jeremy pops out for a smoke…



The text of the article isn’t at all kind to Jeremy, but the photos are great. See more photos here!

On Monday, April 27th, the Tribeca Film Festival honored an acting legend — Tom Hanks. And Jeremy Irons showed up to party!

We spotted Jeremy arriving to the red carpet on none other than an awesome motorcycle.

And 15 minutes later, he pops up on an outside balcony for a smoke […],

Jeremy attends party to salute Allegra Huston

An excerpt from Liz Smith’s column for WOWoWOW

At a recent bash for the Literati and Glitterati downtown on the East Side, I rubbed shoulders with a gang of the most famous. They were there to salute Allegra Huston for her stunning book, Love Child. (It’s all about how director John Huston and his relatives shifted her from pillar to post during her motherless growing up!)


Glimpsed cramming up to the serving table to eat the fabulous creations served up by chef Anita Clark were such stars as Lauren Bacall, Brian de Palma, Jeremy Irons, Anjelica Huston, Roger “Pink Floyd” Waters, John Richardson, Joan Juliet Buck, Nell Campbell (this reigning nightclub doyenne of the ’60s/’70s now lives in Sydney, Australia), R.J. Wagner and Jill St. John, John Patrick Shanley, Lillian Ross, Earl McGrath and I’m sure I’ve dropped and lost the names of tons of VIPs.

Jeremy spotted dining at Cafe Boulud

Eating New York (2009) April 27, 2009 By: John Curtas

Here’s an excerpt from the Eating Las Vegas Website

Why do we heart NYC so much? Is it the energy we get from walking the streets? The true twenty-four hour nature of the city? Its culture, arts and museums? The throbbing heartbeat of a place pulsating with vitality no other city can touch? Or is it the world city you see on the streets — a cross-cultural stew of sites, sounds and smells that is a constant source of wonderment and allows no room for boredom?

Sure it’s all that, but mainly we love it because the food is so […] good.

… it was but a short stroll across the street to what may be our favorite New York restaurant, Cafe Boulud

…Where we sat so close to Jeremy Irons we wanted to interrupt him a few times as he espoused his opinions on the British v. American education system. He was dining with three silver-haired fat cats and their culture vulture wives; the wives of whom hung on this guy’s every word, whilst their husbands were immersed in talks involving weighty business and financial matters — none of which seemed related to what it takes to get out of the sixth grade.**

Sadly, none of them paid the slightest attention to Chef Gavin Kaysen’s food, which was as picture and pitch perfect as cuisine can be.

Cafe Boulud is just about perfect as well. The size (95 seats — that civilized thing again), understated elegance, knowledgeable staff, and seasonal cuisine make it a spot that feels as comfortable as an old shoe — if that shoe was handmade, custom fit, and as stylish as this guy.

** “There is no money in poetry, but then there is no poetry in money either.” – Robert Graves

Jeremy at Gala Tribute to Tom Hanks – PHOTOS!

Actor Jeremy Irons arrives for a Film Society Gala Tribute to honor actor Tom Hanks with the Chaplin Award in New York April 27, 2009.

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Jeremy attends VIP screening of ‘In the Loop’

Photo by Joe Kohen/Getty Images

Photo by Joe Kohen/Getty Images

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Quintessentially and IFC films have joined forces to present a private VIP pre-screening of In The Loop, a hilarious new comedy by Armando Iannucci (creator of the British hits Alan Partridge and The Thick of It), on Sunday, April 26. The film is drawing instant comparisons to some of the greatest political comedies such as Doctor Strangelove, Bob Roberts, Thank You For Smoking and Wag The Dog.

In The Loop starring James Gandolfini, Anna Chlumsky and Steve Coogan, which people have been raving about ever since its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival.  The New York Times‘ Manohla Dargis called it “A smart, sophisticated comedy…Scathingly funny…Brought down the packed house. I haven’t heard dialogue this fast since Rosalind Russell and Cary Grant traded zingers in His Girl Friday.” A number of celebrities and politically active guests were expected to attend this advance screening, which will begin at 7pm. A VIP after-party followed at downtown hotspot Double Crown and their adjacent cocktail lounge, Madam Geneva.

IN THE LOOP tells the story of a mild-mannered British government minister (Tom Hollander) who inadvertently backs a war on prime-time television, immediately alerting the attention of the Prime Minister’s aggressive communications chief (Peter Capaldi), who latches onto him like a hawk. Soon, the Brits are in Washington, where a US General (James Gandolfini) thinks war is a crazy idea; the British minister’s new advisor (Chris Addison) has his eye on an ambitious government intern (Anna Chlumsky); and soon there’s to be a crucial vote at the UN.

Impressionism to close on May 10th

Impressionism to Close on Broadway May 10
The new Michael Jacobs play Impressionism — starring Tony winners Joan Allen and Jeremy Irons — will play its final performance at Broadway’s Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre May 10.

When it closes, the production will have played 23 previews and 56 regular performances.


High Tide Festival to Discuss Brideshead Revisited


Saturday 9th May 2009
The Main House, The Cut // 19.30

The director and co-adaptor of television’s most iconic series discuss the journey of writing for the small screen.

Spread out over nearly 13 hours, Brideshead Revisited represents not only a celebration of a world gone by, but also a summation of a particular style of British television literary drama now also a thing of the past.

Sturridge and Granger have worked together on two Evelyn Waugh adaptations, Brideshead Revisited and A Handful of Dust, and E.M.Forster’s classic text Where Angels Fear to Tread, and will explore the contrasting quests for best realising such revered texts.

With clips from Brideshead Revisited, A Handful of Dust and Where Angels Fear to Tread.

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