Red Sparrow Photocall and Press Conference

Jeremy Irons was present for the Red Sparrow Photocall at The Corinthia Hotel on February 20, 2018 in London, England.  He also participated in the Press Conference at Claridge’s Hotel on February 21, 2018 in London, England.


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Jeremy Irons Attends Red Sparrow European Premiere

Jeremy Irons was in attendance at the Vue Cinema in London’s West End, on Monday 19 February 2018, for the European Premiere of Red Sparrow.



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Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville on The Andrew Marr Show

Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville were guests of Andrew Marr, to discuss Long Day’s Journey Into Night.  The segment, filmed at Wyndham’s Theatre, aired on Sunday 18 February 2018.

UK Residents – Watch it on iPlayer



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Red Sparrow Soundbites – Jeremy Irons

Red Sparrow Soundbites Jeremy Irons – “General Korchnoi”



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Jeremy Irons Photographed by Matthieu Camille Colin

French photographer Matthieu Camille Colin photographed Jeremy Irons backstage at the Wyndham’s Theatre in London, on Sunday 11 February 2018.

Visit his website –

Follow Matthieu on Instagram @camille_colin79 and on Twitter @alcibiadeparis

Thank you to Matthieu for the use of these images. Thank you to Katy Riddell, Laura Flowers, Wyndham’s Theatre and, of course, Jeremy Irons, for making this photoshoot happen.

Please, be respectful of the photographer.  Do not appropriate these images to other websites without full credit.  Do not crop or alter the images in any way.

Images are available for purchase.  Contact Matthieu HERE.


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Jeremy Irons on Amanpour

Jeremy Irons was a guest of Christiane Amanpour on Thursday 8 February 2018, on her CNN International programme.

Full video – SOURCE


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Jeremy Irons in British GQ – March 2018

Jeremy Irons is featured in the March 2018 issue of British GQ magazine, as part of The GQ Theatrical Portfolio.

Story by Jonathan Heaf. Photographs by Charlie Gray. Styling by Grace Gilfeather.


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BAM 2018 Gala to Honour Jeremy Irons

Jeremy Irons is among those being honoured at the 2018 BAM Gala on Wednesday 30 May 2018.


6:30pm – Cocktails & Silent Art Auction

7:30pm – Dinner & Program

                  Brooklyn Cruise Terminal (72 Bowne Street, Red Hook, Brooklyn)

9pm – After Party & Art Auction Closing (auction closes at 11pm)

            Pioneer Works (159 Pioneer Street, Red Hook, Brooklyn)

Single tickets are $2500 (includes the Dinner and After Party ) and $5,000 (includes the Dinner, After Party, and listing as a member of the Benefit Committee in select materials).

There are also Party-Only tickets  available that are $150 and tables ranging from $25K to $100K. Tables seat ten guests.

More details, including the formal print invitation and the ticket order form will be released soon.

More information from Broadway World:

On May 30, BAM honors filmmaker Darren Aronofsky, actor Jeremy Irons, and philanthropists Nora Ann Wallace and Jack Nusbaum for their invaluable contributions to film, performing arts, and cultural philanthropy. Gala chairs are William I. Campbell and Christine Wächter-Campbell, Thérèse Esperdy and Robert Neborak, Judith R. and Alan H. Fishman (BAM Chairman Emeritus), and Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP. With a deep commitment to supporting excellence in the arts across disciplines, rag & bone is the Evening Partner of BAM Gala 2018.

The festivities kick-off with a stunning Manhattan skyline arrival and continue with a contemporary art auction-led by honorary artist chair Diana Al-Hadid-featuring works by artists such as Cindy Sherman and Kiki Smith as guests enter cocktail hour. Directed by performance and design artist Andrew Ondrejcak the Pop art-inspired evening unfolds in bursts of neon with confetti brio as guests dine on artful cuisine by Great Performances and wine generously provided by the Crimson Wine Group. A trio of performances punctuate the soiree, featuring curated pairings of emerging and well-known artists.

Coinciding with the final few hours of bidding in the BAM Art Auction, an after party nearby at Pioneer Works features an intimate performance by Yeasayer. The after party is hosted by BAM’s Young Producers Leadership Committee, co-chaired by Natasha Chefer and Marcel Przymusinski.

Benefit committee members include Roger Alcaly and Helen Bodian, Jonathan and Jessika Auerbach, Bank of America, Tony Bechara, Jennifer Connelly and Paul Bettany, Suzy and Anthony Davis, Mark Diker and Deborah Colson, Jeanne Donovan Fisher, Forest City Ratner Companies, Fox Searchlight Pictures, The Rita and Alex Hillman Foundation, Penn and Diane Holsenbeck, Robin and Edgar Lampert, National Grid, Paramount Pictures, Rona and David Picket, Jonathan F. P. and Diana Calthorpe Rose, Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys, Anna Kuzmik Sampas and George Sampas, Alfred and Stephanie Shuman, Brian Stafford and Celine Dufetel, Axel and Galia Stawski, Joseph A. Stern, Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis, and Adam Wolfensohn and Jennifer Small.

BAM President Katy Clark, BAM Executive Producer Joseph V. Melillo, and Diane and Adam Max, BAM Board Chairman, are the evening’s hosts.

Each Gala honoree distinctly embodies BAM’s adventurous spirit and commitment to the arts, and each has contributed to BAM’s legacy of supporting outstanding achievements in the performing arts, cinema, and culture. A native son of Brooklyn, Aronofsky served as BAM Cinema Club Co-Chair from 2008-2009. Fellow honoree Jeremy Irons has long been a BAM supporter and patron, and served as the Friends of BAM Co-Chair in 2012. Nora Ann Wallace is an invaluable leader serving on both the BAM & BAM Endowment Trust Boards. She co-chairs the BAM Governance Committee and chairs the BET Audit Committee. She currently serves on numerous committees including the BAM Executive and Nominating committees. In 2017, she was presented with a BAMmie Award marking her 20 years of service. Her husband Jack Nusbaum continues to be an ardent BAM supporter.

For Gala tables or tickets, please contact BAM Patron Services at or 718.636.4182

London Opening Night and Afterparty – Long Day’s Journey Into Night

Tuesday 6 February 2018 was the Opening Night and Press Night for the London run of Long Day’s Journey Into Night, starring Jeremy Irons, Lesley Manville, Matthew Beard, Rory Keenan and Jessica Regan, directed by Richard Eyre.

There was a party at Brown’s in Covent Garden, after the performance.


REVIEW – It’s the full ★★★★★ for Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville in Long Day’s Journey Into Night – What’sOnStage

REVIEW – Long Day’s Journey Into Night review – Irons and Manville leave you emotionally pulverised – The Guardian

REVIEW – Long Day’s Journey into Night at Wyndham’s Theatre – London Theatre

REVIEW – Long Day’s Journey Into Night, Wyndham’s Theatre review – Lesley Manville hits ecstatic, fatal highs – The Arts Desk

REVIEW – BWW Review: LONG DAY’S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT, Wyndham’s Theatre – BroadwayWorld UK

REVIEW – Jeremy Irons almost triumphs in this skewering of the American Dream – Long Day’s Journey into Night, Wyndham’s Theatre – The Telegraph

REVIEW – Long Day’s Journey Into Night review at Wyndham’s Theatre – ‘an immense performance from Lesley Manville’ – The Stage

REVIEW – Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville star in Eugene O’Neill’s masterpiece – Time Out

REVIEW – Long Day’s Journey Into Night review: ‘Saddest play ever written’ still absorbs – The Evening Standard

REVIEW – Long Day’s Journey Into Night – Wyndham’s Theatre, London – The Reviews Hub

REVIEW – Lesley Manville fills the theatre with an anger and a fragility so tangible that it’s almost too much to bear – The Times

REVIEW – Long Day’s Journey into Night: Lesley Manville is mesmerising in this unflinching examination of family misery ★★★★   – Radio Times

REVIEW – Long Day’s Journey into Night, Wyndham’s Theatre, London, review: Shatteringly good – The Independent

REVIEW – Long Day’s Journey Into Night, review: Jeremy Irons is commanding in this glistening adaptation of a classic – Metro UK


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Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville with Graham Norton on BBC Radio 2

Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville were guests of Graham Norton on his BBC Radio 2 programme on Saturday 3rd February 2018, to discuss Long Day’s Journey Into Night.

Listen to Graham’s entire three hour broadcast HERE for the next 29 days.




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