Jeremy Irons will host Sunflower Jam 2011 Event

About The Sunflower Jam 2011 Event

Friday 8th July 2011 at the Royal Albert Hall in London…

The Sunflower Jam will transform The Royal Albert Hall for one night, raising the auditorium floor close to the level of The Grand Loggia boxes to create a large dance floor right in front of the stage.

Guest will be welcomed with a champagne reception followed by a fantastic supper, catered by Paul Clerehugh from the Crooked Billet and Rhubarb, served to your table.

The UK’s number one dance team from Pineapple Dance Studio will be strutting their stuff for all to enjoy along side some wonderfully weird acts and if you have ever been to a Jam before, you will know what we mean.

Jeremy Irons will take to the stage again this year to host the evening.

We will be presenting one of the largest and most impressive Silent Auctions ever, during the course of the evening’s entertainment. Autographs of the World will be co-coordinating and running this for and there will be something for everyone whatever the depth of your pocket or breadth of your interest!

And this is all before the gig has even begun!!!

Music from amazing musicians set the scene for a glorious night of relaxed entertainment and the opportunity to experience a unique gathering of some of music’s legendary names, up close and personal, in arguably the world’s favorite venue.

Artists appearing:

Dress Code: Smart casual – No suits or ties!
Date: Friday 8th July
Time: Public Doors open at 20:15

Buy tickets online at:

To book your table at this year’s jam or to enquire about our amazing hospitality packages:

Call: 0844 847 2450

For box dining in the exclusive Grand Tiers or Loggias please contact the Royal Albert Hall corporate team on 020 7959 0607 or email

Margin Call Trailer and Screencaps

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Jeremy Irons to film ‘The Words’ in Montreal this June

Bradley Cooper and Jeremy Irons arriving in Montreal

By Newswire – May 9, 2011 – 1:48 | Dermière Last Updated: May 9, 2011 – 13:48

Bradley Cooper and Jeremy Irons will be in Montreal from June 5 for the filming of The Words, a film by director Brian Klugman. They remain in the city for nearly a month and here are all the details of the filming of this production.

PRESS RELEASE – The Office of Film and Television (QFTC) is pleased to announce the confirmation of a new American film in Quebec this summer. The independent feature The Words starring Bradley Cooper (Limitless, Hangover, and soon Hangover Two) and Jeremy Irons (Die Hard with a Vengeance, Eragon, The Borgias) begins its pre-production this week. Filming will begin on June 5 for a period of 25 days, and will take place entirely in Montreal where the city will serve as a backdrop to New York and Paris.

The QFTC began discussions in early 2010 with the Hollywood production company Animus Films. Negotiations continued during the summer with the preparation of several proposals digital filming locations. The Words The project gained momentum in November during the economic mission organized by the QFTC the AFM (American Film Market) in Santa Monica. Among the 15 companies that participated in the Quebec delegation, the executive producer Francois Sylvestre took the opportunity to meet producers.

Producers Jim Young and Tatiana Kelly and the authors / directors Brian Klugman and Lee Sternthal (Tron Legacy) were invited by the QFTC last month to discover the proposed filming locations and meet with service providers and AQTIS. This trip has definitely convinced the team of financial and creative strengths of Quebec. A few days later the producers announced their final decision to shoot in Montreal. “We are delighted with the enthusiasm that Quebec continues to attract internationally. Visible interest from foreign producers for Quebec is the result of three years of work and concerted mobilization of all our members, “recounted Hans Fraikin, the national commissioner.

François Sylvestre, who works with Nathalie Brunet Omada agency, said he was “proud to have helped bring a film in Montreal independent U.S. copyright.” With already nearly $ 200 million in volume shoots confirmed for 2011 and more than 3000 jobs created or maintained, all indications are that 2011 will be another record year for foreign productions shot in Quebec in 2010 surpassing the previous record year, which reached a total $ 214 million in direct economic benefits.

Jeremy Irons in Delta Sky Magazine

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Jeremy Irons in ‘Camelot’ Benefit Concert

Jeremy Irons Will Join Melissa Errico and James Barbour for Irish Rep Camelot Benefit Concert

Jeremy Irons will reprise his role of King Arthur, from the 2005 one-night-only performance at the Hollywood Bowl.

Photos from the 2005 production of Camelot:

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By Andrew Gans from
06 May 2011

Academy Award and Tony Award winner Jeremy Irons will play the role of King Arthur in a one-night-only concert staging of Lerner and Loewe’s Camelot this summer to benefit Irish Repertory Theatre.

As previously reported, Melissa Errico and James Barbour, who played Guenevere and Lancelot, respectively, in the Hollywood Bowl’s summer 2005 production of Camelot, will return to those roles for the upcoming concert.

The benefit concert of the classic musical about the legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table will be held June 6 at the Shubert Theatre on Broadway.

Charlotte Moore will direct the evening with musical direction by Mark Hartman. Additional casting will be announced shortly. The concert will feature a full orchestra and a chorus of 50.

Camelot — featuring music by Frederick Loewe and book and lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner — originally opened at Broadway’s Majestic Theatre in Dec. 1960, playing 873 performances before closing Jan. 5, 1963. The premiere company included Richard Burton, Julie Andrews, Robert Goulet, Robert Coote, John Cullum and Roddy McDowall. The classic Lerner and Loewe score boasts such tunes as “If Ever I Would Leave You,” “I Loved You Once in Silence,” “Follow Me,” “I Wonder What the King Is Doing Tonight” and the title tune.

Melissa Errico, most recently seen on Broadway in Irving Berlin’s White Christmas, began her professional career portraying Cosette in Les Misérables, and she followed with leading Broadway roles in Anna Karenina, My Fair Lady, High Society, Amour (Tony nomination) and Dracula, plus roles in the City Center Encores! productions of Call Me Madam and One Touch of Venus. She appeared in a production of Threepenny Opera at the Williamstown Theatre Festival, and her recent Off-Broadway credits include Candida (Drama Desk nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Play), Finian’s Rainbow and Aunt Dan and Lemon. She also starred in the Hollywood Bowl presentations of Camelot and The Sound of Music. Errico’s debut solo recording was titled “Blue Like That”; her new recording is titled “Lullabies and Wildflowers.” For more information visit

James Barbour was most recently seen as Sydney Carton in A Tale of Two Cities. His other Broadway credits include Assassins, Urinetown, Jane Eyre, Beauty and the Beast, Carousel and Cyrano—The Musical. He has appeared in such films as “Eight Crazy Nights” and has guest-starred on such television shows as “Sex and the City” and “Ed.”

Jeremy Irons won a Tony Award for his performance in the original Broadway production of The Real Thing. The English actor also won Academy and Golden Globe awards for his work in the 1990 film “Reversal of Fortune.” Irons was also Golden-Globe nominated for “The Mission” and “Brideshead Revisited.” Among his London stage credits are Embers and The Rover.

Irish Repertory’s 2011 Gala benefit performance of Camelot plays June 6 at 7 PM at the Shubert Theatre (225 West 44th Street), followed by dinner at Sardi’s (234 West 44th Street). For Dinner and Theatre Packages, contact Maureen Cavanaugh at (212) 255-0270 or email Individual tickets to the performance only run $100-$300; call (212) 727-2737 or online at

Jeremy Irons portrait by Zita Davisson

A portrait of Jeremy Irons by painter Zita Davisson is a part of the exhibition entitled FAMOUS FACES & PHENOMENAL PLACES.

Read more at Portrait Artist Zita Davisson Unveils “Famous Faces” at the Southampton Historical Museum

Zita Davisson’s Website

Some of Zita Davisson’s paintings:

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Tue, May 17, 2011 11:00 AM-4:00 PM through
Sat, Sep 03, 2011 11:00 AM-4:00 PM

Rogers Mansion
17 Meeting House Lane, Southampton Village
Southampton, New York

Tuesday, May 17 through September Saturday, September 3, 2011
TIME: 11:00 am to 4:00 pm, Tuesdays through Saturdays

FAMOUS FACES: Zita Davisson has made a career of capturing famous faces on canvas including Diana, Princess of Wales; Princess Grace of Monaco with her children, Liza Minnelli, Jeremy Irons, Rudy Giuliani, Gloria Vanderbilt, Liv Ullmann, Nancy Reagan and Muhammad Ali.

PHENOMENAL PLACES Gary Lawrance, AIA will exhibit eight, scale models of homes some of which can be found in full-size in Southampton and on Long Island.

contact information:
Diane, Lynn or Laurie
Price: $4 Adults

Jeremy Irons to Open ‘Transformations’ for West Cork Craft and Design Guild

Transformations – opening ceremony with Jeremy Irons on 4th May 2011
Exhibition runs from 4th May – 12th June
National Botanic Gardens Glasnevin

West Cork Craft and Design Guild “Transformations” Exhibition in Dublin and Edinburgh “Year of Craft 2011”

West Cork Craft and Design Guild has organised 2 high profile exhibitions in 2 capital cities for their celebratory “Year of Craft” events. The Guild has been exhibiting in west Cork for 12 years and exhibiting in Dublin will be the first time the Guild has travelled outside of west Cork to exhibit their work.

The title of the show is “Transformations” and focuses on:
• The process – the design, skill and craftsmanship behind the making of individual pieces.
• The Inspiration – i) our raw materials and how we choose them. ii) The West Cork landscape.
Raw materials are the starting point for all craft work, different materials appeal to artists on a visceral level – some even say the raw materials “call out” to them. There are artists who love to work with wool, making felt or spinning and weaving, others love the feel of slippery clay between the fingers, whilst the appeal of working and polishing wood or metal motivates others.
“Our finished work defines who we are as craftsmen and women, but how we choose our materials or they choose us, remains a mystery.”

Members will be doing demonstrations at the weekends and our film “An Inspired Gathering” will be on show in the auditorium.