Jeremy Irons Opens New Theatre Workshops at Bath Spa University

Jeremy Irons was at Bath Spa University on Tuesday 5 February 2019, to open the new Oldfield Park Theatre Workshops. Jeremy got a tour of the new facilities, unveiled a plaque to mark the opening, watched drama rehearsals and met and observed many students as they worked.

Jeremy was also on hand to present a cheque to Water Aid and attend a Soup Luncheon at the Bath Spa Student Union.

18 pictures from the opening of Bath Spa University’s new Theatre Workshops – from Somerset Live

Jeremy Irons to Read The Psalms on BBC Radio 4

From the BBC Media Centre

Across the next 12 months the BBC will shine a light on faith, belief and values in modern Britain. On BBC Radio 4 at Easter, Jeremy Irons will read The Psalms.

At a time when society is more diverse, more complex and more divided than ever before, the Year of Beliefs will explore the multiple expressions of faith and belief in Britain, and look at how our ethics and values shape our everyday life and personal choices.

The Year of Beliefs 2019 will bring Religion and Ethics programming to as wide an audience as possible, airing ambitious landmark series with privileged access, powerful documentaries highlighting big moral questions, spiritual journeys of self-discovery and thought-provoking discussions and debates.

Jeremy was spotted outside the BBC studios on Monday 28 January. All photos by Ian Lawrence:

Jeremy Irons in Madrid – January 2019

Jeremy Irons was in Madrid, Spain in January 2019, for the recording of a documentary on the Bicentennial of the Museo Nacional del Prado.

While in Madrid, Jeremy visited Capas Seseña.  He visited their workshop and learned of the history and craftsmanship behind each piece. Jeremy chose the Alfonso Cape in Loden Green.

Jeremy Irons to Attend Echo: Showcasing Oxford Talent

OXFORD ECHO – with NIGHTLINE and THE SAMARITANS

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On the 16th of February, come along to the first ever Oxford Echo: a music, arts, and comedy festival in the historic Oxford Town Hall.

An exciting series of acts and speakers will be featured throughout the evening in Oxford’s very own fringe event.

Purchase tickets HERE.

Come and see live:
|| ARMANDO IANNUCCI ||
Writer, comedian and director. Known for “Veep”, “The Thick of It”, and the films “The Death of Stalin” and “Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa”.
|| ADAM BUXTON ||
Comedian, writer and actor. Star of “The Adam Buxton Podcast” and 50% of the cult duo Adam and Joe.
|| PHILIP SELWAY ||
Singer, songwriter, and Radiohead drummer.
|| CROFT & PEARCE ||
Comedy duo from BBC Radio 4 sketch shows “The Croft & Pearce Show” and “Sketchorama”.
|| JEREMY IRONS AND SINEAD CUSACK ||
Both partners are acclaimed actors, with Sinead having starred in V for Vendetta and Having been nominated for two Tony awards and five Olivier Awards, and Jeremy having starred in a number of plays and films around the globe.

And of course, Oxford’s very own:

|| Out Of The Blue || – a cappella group
|| The Oxford Imps || – improvisation comedy
|| The Oxford Belles || – a cappella group
|| In The Pink || – a cappella group
|| The Oxford Gargoyles || – a cappella group
|| The Oxford Commas || – a cappella group
|| OU Light Entertainment Society || – light entertainment and comedy
|| The Donut Kings || – big band
|| The Flight Club || – acrobatic dance
|| Oxford South Asian Arts Society || – South Asian dance

Stay tuned for more guest speakers to be released soon…
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In addition:
Satisfy your cravings – Organic Deli Café will be running a food stall in the Assembly Room, and there will be a bar on the premises.
Relax! – You will find stalls about the two charities and a lot of welfare activities in the Assembly Room.

The event is open to members of the university and members of the general public.
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Oxford Nightline and the Oxford Samaritans are this year’s Lord Mayor Charities. Please take the time to find out more on our facebook page or on our websites:
http://oxfordnightline.org/
https://www.samaritans.org/branches/oxford-samaritans

Lights, Camera, Auction of Promises – Hosted by Jeremy Irons

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Text via Restore:

We’re thrilled to announce that Hollywood star Jeremy Irons will be bringing the hammer down on a wide range of money-spinning lots. The University of Oxford college, St Hugh’s College, will be our hosts for an elegant evening at Restore‘s largest fundraiser of the year.

There will be at least 20 auction lots for sale. They have been generously donated by local people and businesses. All sale proceeds will go to fund Restore’s valuable work which helped just under 1,000 people last year with their recovery from mental ill health.

Our fantastic promises include … two tickets for an England Rugby Six Nations rugby international, two tickets for the WOMAD Festival, two return rail tickets anywhere on the Great Western Railway network and many more. Full details of the lots can be seen HERE.

Buy your ticket now! You’ve got to be in to win it for some fantastic experiences and items. And tickets are limited.

Included in the ticket price will be canapés made by celebrity chef Sophie Grigson and a complimentary glass of wine. Also the chance to mingle and grab a selfie with guest auctioneer Jeremy Irons.

We’re looking forward to a brilliant night out. Restore is a fantastic cause. And we can guarantee you that you’ll have fun. You may even go home with a stellar auction lot.

Jeremy Irons Attends 2018 Carol Concerts

Jeremy Irons has been a reader at several Christmas Carol Concerts in London, this month.

On Monday 3rd December, Jeremy was a reader at the Children & the Arts Carol Concert at Holy Trinity Church, Sloane Square, London.

 

 

 

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On Wednesday 5th December, Jeremy was a reader at the Place 2 Be Carol Concert at St. Marylebone Parish Church, with special performances from Laura Wright and the St Mary’s C of E Primary School Choir, Jeremy Irons, Sinéad Cusack, Paula Wilcox, Joanne Good and SANSARA.

Funds raised will help us reach children and young people in schools across the UK – but if you weren’t able to attend, you can still support our vital work. Even a small donation can make a big difference: https://donate.place2be.org.uk/

 

 

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On December 6th, Jeremy attended the Maggie’s Centres Carol Concert at Wren Chapel, Royal Hospital, Chelsea.

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Jeremy Irons Attends Cigar Smoker of the Year Awards

Jeremy Irons accepted the Boisdale Lifetime Achievement Award at The Vina Carmen Cigar Smoker Of The Year Awards 2018 founded by Boisdale at Boisdale of Canary Wharf on December 3, 2018 in London, England. (Photos by David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images)

Check out the @jeremyironsnet Instagram saved stories for video snippets of Jeremy’s acceptance speech.