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by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | July 7, 2022
Damian was in good spirits last night at the private member’s club, The House of Koko’s, inaugural summer party in London. The beautifully designed new member’s club is set backstage at London’s iconic Koko theatre, which reopened in April of this year and Damian attended that event as well here. The last night’s summer party included an impromptu live jam in the Penthouse where musicians and artists entertained members and guests in one long live session as club-goers danced.
Others in attendance were Jamie Hince, Alison Mosshart (both band members of The Kills), Ellie Goulding, singer Dionne Bromfield and film director Darren Strowger seen pictured here. Familiar faces as Damian, Helen McCrory and Darren Strowger all attended the Bob Dylan and Neil Young’s British Summertime Gig in the Teen Cancer America Suite at in Hyde Park in July, 2019. Read about that here. Also, Damian and Strowger attended last year’s UEFA Euro Final together and you can view photos of that 2020 event here.
View more photos of the Koko event in our Gallery here
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Spend the Summer at Serpentine
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | July 1, 2022
Damian caught up with friends at The Serpentine Gallery summer party in London on Thursday, June 30, 2022.
This exclusive annual event is a chic affair set in the grounds of the Serpentine Art Gallery in Kensington Gardens. Pop stars, fashionistas, art aficionados, royalty and some of London’s elite all party the night away amongst some of the most incredible art installations. The party is to celebrate the Serpentine Pavillion which is designed by a different artist each year.
This summer, Serpentine presented an exciting programme of events staged around Black Chapel, the 21st Serpentine Pavilion designed by Theaster Gates, and Serpentine’s exhibitions Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster: Alienarium 5 (on until 4 September at Serpentine South) and Back to Earth, a new exhibition and live programme responding to the climate emergency (on from 22 June – 18 September at Serpentine North).
Highlights include a sound installation from Brian Eno, a performance from two-time GRAMMY award-winning singer Corinne Bailey-Rae, the London premiere of renowned climate opera Sun & Sea, the return of Park Nights, and Queer Earth and Liquid Matters, a two-day event investigating the climate crisis through the lens of transformation.
To view more photos of the event, please visit our Gallery here
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