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Man travels 11,500 miles to Bristol to meet Oscar-winning actor – Bristol Post
New Zealand drama teacher Gary File traveled approximately 11,500 miles from New Zealand to see Jeremy Irons in Long Day’s Journey into Night at the Bristol Old Vic.
Unbeknownst to Gary, his son Kieran File had contacted the Bristol Old Vic, resulting in Gary getting to meet Jeremy.
Listen to Gary File speak with BBC Radio Bristol’s Laura Rawlings about his experience:
Photo by JonCraig.co.uk
Photo by Jon Craig
Source – whatsonstage.com
First look: Lesley Manville and Jeremy Irons in Long Day’s Journey into Night
Photos ©Hugo Glendinning
Production images of Richard Eyre’s new production of Eugene O’Neill’s play have been released
By Daisy Bowie-Sell • Bristol • 29 Mar 2016
Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville star in Eugene O’Neill’s play, which charts the disintegration of a family in 1912. Irons plays James Tyrone, Manville plays Mary Tyrone, a husband and wife struggling with depression and drug addiction.
The piece is directed by Richard Eyre, and opens at the theatre this week.
Long Day’s Journey into Night runs at Bristol Old Vic until 23 April.
Jeremy Irons was interviewed on Wednesday 23 March 2016, on BBC Points West. Jeremy spoke about his return to the Bristol Old Vic stage for Long Day’s Journey into Night.
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Photo via @alexlovelltv on Twitter
Jeremy Irons sent a special video message to the cast, crew and fans of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, on the occasion of the European Premiere in London, on 22 March 2016, which he was unable to attend:
Screencaps gallery: Click on the thumbnails for larger images.
Jeremy Irons was a guest on BBC Radio 4’s Front Row which aired on Friday 18 March 2015.
Jeremy is very briefly interviewed, beginning at 6:10 into the broadcast: