by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | November 8, 2019
All Siblings! L to R: Amanda (Russell) Yaxley, William Russell, Gareth Lewis, Damian Lewis Source: Instagram @feltmakers
Is there anything this family can’t do? Acting, producing, city Mayor! Damian and Gareth’s half brother William Russell became Lord Mayor of London today, November 8, 2019. The silent ceremony was held at Guildhall London followed by the Lord Mayor’s Show (parade) the following day. William is the 692nd Lord Mayor of the City of London and Ambassador for the City and UK’s financial and professional services sector. You can follow the Lord Mayor on Twitter here.
To view more images of both the Lord Mayor’s Silent Ceremony held November 8 and the Lord Mayor’s Show (parade) on November 9, click here. To catch a glimpse of Damian and Helen at the parade, view video below, about 20 seconds in:
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A Night of Poems and Poets Inspired by the Great City of London
by Gingersnap | damian-lewis.com | October 8, 2019
The Lord Mayor’s Appeal will be hosting their first ever poetry night called Voices of London on Tuesday, November 26, 2019 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Join the Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress for a night of inspirational poetry in the magnificent setting of the Mansion House in London.
The event is curated by Allie Esiri, Helen McCrory, and Kate Birch with a line-up of other celebrated (and secret) actors and vibrant contemporary poets performing work inspired by the great city of London, all in the effort to raise money to help support their charity partners OnSide Youth Zones, Place2Be, Samaritans, and Sir Hubert von Herkomer Arts Foundation.
And one of those secret actors is Damian! Both Helen and Damian are patrons/ambassadors of the Sir HvH Arts Foundation.
Seems like Damian will be in town from filming Billions in New York City only two days prior to this event – specifically, on November 24 since he will be co-hosting the Evening Standard Theatre Awards in London with Helen.
To book tickets and for more information about Voices of London, please visit Lord Mayor’s Appeal.org here. For questions about the event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7332 1582. Standard tickets are £100 and under 26-year-old tickets are £50. Tickets include a champagne and canapé reception, poetry readings and fundraising raffle. Dress code: smart casual.