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‘Stolen’ BFI screening


The remaining tickets for the May 9th BFI Southbank screening of Stolen, previously only available to BFI members via ticket

ballot, will be released for sale to the public on Tuesday,

April 12th. Tickets may be purchased through the BFI box office. Click

here for contact

details. Thanks to Sami for the news!

Update: Tickets can now be booked online here.

Details of the screening from the BFI event page:

TV Preview + Q/A with Damian Lewis: Stolen
Damian Lewis leads the cast in Stolen, a new single film for BBC ONE from the writer of Five Daughters, Stephen Butchard (House of Saddam, Vincent).Lewis plays Detective Inspector Anthony Carter in a fast-paced thriller about human trafficking in Britain today. Carter works in the Human Trafficking Unit, battling to make a difference to the plight of exploited children being smuggled into the UK and, from there, to anywhere and to any fate. If Anthony could save just one of those kids whose faces deck his wall, it would all be worth it. Followed by Q&A with Damian Lewis, Justin Chadwick & Stephen Butchard (work permitting)

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Damian reading at the Oxford Literary Festival

Damian at the Oxford Literary Festival on April 7th

The Sunday Times website has a 12 minute video of Damian Lewis reading from The Deep by Anthony Doerr at the Oxford Literary Festival last Thursday.

The Sunday Times – A heartwarming win for a heartbreaking tale
The Sunday Times – The Deep by Anthony Doerr

Update: It’s been posted to Youtube! You can also download the clip here.

Click here at the Yahoo! Group to read a fan’s account of the event and meeting Damian. Thanks so much to Shelley for sharing!

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At the Harry Potter: The Exhibition grand opening


Click here for pictures of Damian Lewis and Helen McCrory at the grand opening of Harry Potter: The Exhibition at Discovery Times Square Exposition Center in NYC on Monday.

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Hay Festival Appearance


Damian Lewis will be performing in the Hay Festival on June

4th this year! He’ll be taking part in a stage presentation of Phillippe Sands’Torture Team,

described on the event page as “An inquiry into the interrogation techniques used by the American

administration and military in Guantanamo and beyond. When do lawyers who authorise abuse cross a line into

criminality?.” Vanessa Redgrave, Ralph Fiennes, Jay Sanders, and Gillian Anderson are also part of the

lineup. Tickets (£15) are only available to members at the moment but will be made available to the general

public soon.

For more on the event, click here on the Hay Festival website.

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Damian in NY


We’ve received a brief update from Damian’s assistant, Michael. He sends us news that “Damian is going to be over in New York from Saturday 2nd April until Wednesday 6th April. He is there with his wife, Helen McCrory who is over in the city promoting “Harry Potter”, I believe the DVD and the new exhibition which is opening in New York.”

Helen McCrory is listed as being in attendance of the red carpet event happening December 4th celebrating the Harry Potter: The Exhibition grand opening and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 DVD release. MTV.com will have a live stream of the event.

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Oxford Literary Festival Appearance

Damian Lewis will be taking part in the WordTheatre and The Sunday Times Magazine present Sunday Best event as part of the Oxford Literary Festival on April 7th! He’ll be performing “The Deep” by Anthony Doerr, one of six shortlisted stories for the Sunday Times EFG Short Story Award which will be announced April 8th. Tickets (£15) may be purchased here at the Tickets Oxford website. For more information on the event, visit the WordTheatre or the Oxford Literary Festival websites.

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Upcoming appearance

Damian Lewis will again be taking part in a Josephine Hart celebrity poetry reading! The Beyond Frankenstein:
Josephine Hart presents Romantic Poetry
will take place April 15th with special guests Damian Lewis, Dan Stevens and Harriet Walter. The event will celebrate “the great romantic-gothic world of Frankenstein, Josephine Hart presents the work of Shelley, Byron and their Romantic contemporaries.” Tickets (£3.50) are now available here at the National Theatre site.