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All Shook Up
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | October 1, 2022
David Harewood, Alison Mosshart, Damian Lewis and Michelle Dockery attended a special dinner hosted by Ruthie Rogers, with Baz Luhrmann and Austin Butler to celebrate the new 2022 film Elvis at the River Cafe on Friday, September 30, 2022 in London, England.
The dinner party was a toast to Australian filmmaker Baz Luhrmann. The movie chronicles the life and career of Elvis Presley, played by Austin Butler, from his early days as a child to becoming one of the first rock and roll stars, as well as his complex relationship with his manager, Colonel Tom Parker, played by Tom Hanks.
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A Night of Music by Tufnell Park Residents for British-Ukrainian Aid
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | September 30, 2022
Damian encourages his locals to “Get down to the Boston Arms in Tufnell Park tonight and buy one of these oh so silky shirts for Tuff4Ukraine charity gig.”
Boston Arms is a historic family-owned North London Irish pub and live music venue housed in an iconic Victorian building on Junction Road in Damian’s neighborhood, Tufnell Park, London.
The pub will hold a charity event on Friday, September 30, 2022 to raise money for Ukrainian Aid with special guests Jack Flanagan, ROWSIE, Rachel Croft + 05ive 06ix and DJ Paul’s Groove Shack.
For those across the pond, you can purchase the shirt from London fashion brand HotSquash here. For those in London, you can purchase £10 tickets to the event here.
Donations will go to the British-Ukrainian Aid, a UK-registered charity supporting humanitarian projects in Ukraine. British-Ukrainian Aid supports people suffering from the war and humanitarian crisis in Ukraine by aligning UK and Ukrainian efforts.
They offer assistance to vulnerable individuals who have been physically, mentally or socially disadvantaged, including the injured and wounded, orphaned children, the elderly, internally displaced persons and refugees.
Since the full-scale invasion in February 2022 their main focus has been providing essential medical aid to Ukraine. For more information about British-Ukrainian Aid, visit their website here.
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What BGC Charity Day Means For The McCrory Award
by Ellie Iorizzo | Evening Standard | September 30, 2022
Helen McCrory’s legacy is maintained through the charity she helped to establish before her death which benefits massively from the 9/11 trading day, the charity’s founder has said. Film and stage star Damian Lewis, 51, returned to the BGC Partners brokerage firm in Canary Wharf on Thursday to support the Sir Hubert Von Herkomer Arts Foundation (HvH Arts) – for which his late wife McCrory was patron. Lewis, who was also supporting the charity Cure EB, told the PA news agency:
“I love the idea of trading, I would be terrible at it in real life. These guys are honestly on the edge all the time … fingers hovering over buttons ready to make the trade but they are all brilliant. This day is obviously special after what happened on 9/11 and it’s a brilliant initiative. I am glad to come back. If I am in town I always do this day, I really enjoy it and I do it for HVH Arts, which is a brilliant little charity that Debbi runs and Cure EB, two very different things we’re trying to help out and very happy to be here. Helen was patron and I have taken over as patron because I wanted to continue to help.”
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On the Trading Floor for Cure EB and HvH Arts Foundation
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | September 29, 2022
Damian makes trading look easy as he participates in the 18th annual BGC Charity Day 2022 on Thursday, September 29, 2022 at Canary Wharf located at One Churchill Place in London, England for CureEB and the Sir Hubert von Herkomer Arts Foundation. He was among other celebrities helping raise money for various charities for the 21st anniversary of 9/11. The annual Charity Day supports BGC Partners and it’s affiliated companies Cantor Fitzgerald and GFI Group and all profits made on trades today will go to hundreds of charities across the globe. In addition to BGC’s offices in London, Charity Day 2022 took place across the firm’s international offices including, New York, London, Paris, Singapore, Hong Kong, Sao Paulo and Sydney.
To view more photos of the event, please visit our Gallery here. We will add more photos as they come in so please check back! More about the charities:
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VIP Album Launch
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | September 28, 2022
Damian and his girlfriend Alison Mosshart attended The Big Pink’s album launch at The House of Koko in London on Wednesday, September 28, 2022.
The couple were joined by Robbie Furze, Robbie’s wife Lady Mary Charteris and Jamie Hince of The Big Pink as they celebrated the new album ‘The Love That’s Ours.’ Also in attendance at the event were guests Rafferty Law, Andrew Radix, Matt Smith, Dynamo and VIP’s Kevin Bishop, Paul Rowe, Marley Mackey and Noel Gallagher of Oasis.
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Best of the Best: Band of Brothers
by Alan Sepinwall | Rolling Stone | September 26, 2022
HOW DO YOU identify the very best series in a medium that’s been commercially available since the end of World War II? Especially when that medium has experienced more radical change in the nine years between the finales of Breaking Bad and its prequel, Better Call Saul, than it did in the 60-odd years separating Walter White from Milton Berle? The current Peak TV era is delivering us 500-plus scripted shows per year, many of them breaking boundaries in terms of how stories are told and who’s doing the telling. So, we decided to update our list of television’s all-time best offerings, originally compiled in 2016.
Once again, we reached out to TV stars, creators, and critics — from multihyphenates like Natasha Lyonne, Ben Stiller, and Pamela Adlon to actors like Jon Hamm and Lizzy Caplan as well as the minds behind shows like The X-Files, Party Down, and Jane the Virgin — to sort through television’s vast and complicated history (see the full list of voters here). Giving no restrictions on era or genre, we ended up with an eclectic list where the wholesome children’s television institution Sesame Street finished one spot ahead of foulmouthed Western Deadwood, while Eisenhower-era juggernaut I Love Lucy wound up sandwiched in between two shows, Lost and Arrested Development, that debuted during George W. Bush’s first term.
Many favorites returned, and the top show retained its crown. But voters couldn’t resist many standouts of the past few years, including a tragicomedy with a guinea-pig-themed café, an unpredictable comedy set in the world of hip-hop, and a racially charged adaptation of an unadaptable comic book. It’s a hell of a list.
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Soccer Aid Portraits for Auction
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | September 24, 2022
Some of the world’s biggest stars from the entertainment and sporting industry have been photographed by legendary celebrity portrait photographer, Andy Gotts MBE, for an exhibition at Maddox Gallery in Westbourne Grove, London. The online auction will open at 9:00 am on September 30 and runs through October 9, 2022. Damian’s Lot number is #23. Presented in a floating black wood box frame (with grain), the large Fine Art Giclée Archival Print measures 168 x 117 cm (sheet size 152 x 102 cm). Soccer Aid team: England. Appearances: 5
The stunning portraits were taken behind-the-scenes at Soccer Aid for UNICEF 2021 and 2022, and all proceeds from the sales of the signed prints will support UNICEF’s work helping children around the world to get the best start in life. By tackling the issues that turn childhoods upside down – from war and disaster to hunger and disease – UNICEF helps children to learn, rebuild their lives and gain access to healthcare so they can get back to just being kids.