Jeremy Irons recited “Afterwards” by Thomas Hardy, at the Sunflower Jam concert Celebrating Jon Lord on Friday 4 April 2014, at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Jeremy Irons was back again as emcee of the Sunflower Jam concert and charity auction at the Royal Albert Hall in London.
This year’s event took place on Sunday 16 September.
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Jeremy Irons was the host of Superjam 2011, in aid of the Sunflower Jam Charity, at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England on Friday 8 July 2011. Max Irons and Sinead Cusack were also in attendance.
For over 100 utterly stunning photos from the event (including a couple of Jeremy) check out Gabrielle McMillan Photography.
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.
Dress Code: Smart casual – No suits or ties!
Date: Friday 8th July
Time: Public Doors open at 20:15
For box dining in the exclusive Grand Tiers or Loggias please contact the Royal Albert Hall corporate team on 020 7959 0607 or email email@example.com
Revered soprano Dame Kiri Te Kanawa took to the stage to perform and also to collect a Classical BRIT Award for Lifetime Achievement in Music from actor Jeremy Irons.
Full video of Jeremy Irons presenting Dame Kiri Te Kanawa with the Lifetime Achievement in Music award at the 2010 Classical BRIT Awards:
Video of Jeremy Irons and other stars at the Classical BRIT Awards 2010:
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This dazzling gala concert, which commemorates the end of the Second World War in Europe, features a spectacular line-up of international stars and Russia’s top musical talent.
The concert will raise money for British Red Cross – the humanitarian organisation which helps people in need all over the world.
A programme of popular classics and war time favourites will transport the audience back to that long-awaited spring of 1945 when peace returned at last, set against an atmospheric backdrop of specially-created pictures and images. Alongside all the nostalgia, there will be plenty of contemporary entertainment to enjoy too, paying tribute to the Allies’ great victory in a fusion of music and culture.
The line-up will include performances by the world-renowned Alexandrov Red Army Choir, folk-diva Nadezhda Babkina, one of the most popular singers across the former USSR Tamara Gverdsiteli, Russia’s very own Frank Sinatra – Iosif Kobzon, rock star Alexander Marshall, the young but already acclaimed Kvatro group, the animator Ksenia Simonova (famous for creating unique installation of sand live on stage); and other very special guests. The programme will also feature performances from some of the UK’s biggest rock acts, Jethro Tull and Rick Wakeman who boast combined record sales of over 100 million, as well as ‘The People’s Tenor’ Russell Watson and actor Jeremy Irons.
This event not only marks the achievements of the Allies and their resistance movements 65 years ago, but also pays tribute to the special relationship between the British Red Cross and Russia – and to the vital role played by the Red Cross at the end of the war in helping and supporting Soviet families who had lost relatives during the fighting.
For combined concert and VIP reception tickets please contact Ensemble Productions on 0208 832 7424 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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