Monday 19 March Daily Info
A little taste of some of the daily info our lovely paying subscribers got today – cos you’re lovely too.
Just not quite as lovely.
fundraiser/Terrence Higgins Trust’s Lighthouse Gala Auction.
Jerry Hall, Tamara Ecclestone, Joan Collins, Nancy Dell’Olio, Craig Revel Horwood, Claudia Winkleman, Will Young, Russell Tovey, Sean Pertwee, Tracey Emin, Janet Street Porter, David Baddiel, Theo Fennell, Matthew Freud, Elizabeth Murdoch, Simon Fanshawe, Glen Wallace, Toby Sawyer attend annual charity auction of ‘money can’t buy’ lots. Proceeds, Terrence Higgins Trust. Christie’s King Street, 8 King Street,, St. James’s, SW1Y 6QT.
film premiere/Streetdance 2 3D.
George Sampson, Sofia Boutella, Falk Hentschel, Akai, Tom Conti, Flawless, Ashley Walters, Tinchy Stryder, Tony Mortimer, Chelsee Healey, Chemmy Alcott, Gabriella Ellis, Katya Virshilas, Pasha Kovalev, Lauren Pope, Lucien Laviscount, Ola Jordan, Sébastien Foucan, Terry Coldwell, Clement Marfo & the Frontline, Chris & Wes, stars (to Flawless) and celebs, attend premiere of hip-hop dance film sequel. Released March 30. Cineworld at The O2, O2 Arena, Greenwich, London, SE10 0AX.
launch party/OK! Magazine Nigeria.
Sean Paul, Kelly Hoppen, Vanessa Feltz, Sinitta, Denise Lewis, Scott Maslen, Treyc Cohen, Richard Taylor, Solomon Kalou, Carlton Cole, Christine Ohuruogu, De La Soul, Thandie Newton, Belinda Owusu, Diane Parish, Peter Odemwingie, Victor Obinna, Hugh Quarshie, Rosie Marcel, Paul Bradley, James Anderson, Joseph Millson, Lauren Drummond, Raef Bjayou, celebs, are expected at launch bash for new Nigerian edition of lifestyle mag. Invitation only. Nigerian Embassy, 9 Northumberland Avenue, WC2N 5BX.
launch/Amy Childs SS12.
Amy Childs, Peter Andre, Mark Wright, Gemma Collins, Harry Derbidge, Kerry Katona,Nicola McLean, Gary Lucy, Jessica-Jane Clement, Lee Stafford, Aldo Zilli, Nikki Grahame, Andrea McLean, Josie Gibson, Lee Ryan, Lizzy Cundy, Rosie Fortesque, Bobby Sabel, Brian Belo, Dane Bowers, Elen Rivas, Tom Williams, Nikki Zilli, reality pin-up, is joined by celeb pals as she launches her new clothing range. Invitation only. Gilgamesh Restaurant, The Stables Market, Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8AH.
fundraiser/Chickenshed Rocks the Hard Rock Cafe 2012. Stephen Mangan, actor, hosts annual rock ‘n’ roll cabaret fundraiser. Also March 20. Proceeds, Chickenshed.
Hard Rock Cafe (London), 150 Old Park Lane, London, W1K 1QX. 7:30pm.
screening/The Devils. Dudley Sutton, Murray Melvin, Gemma Jones, Mike Bradsell, Mark Salisbury, Panel of experts and members of the cast and crew, discuss KEN RUSSELL’s classic 1971 film (which starred Oliver Reed, Vanessa Redgrave, Dudley Sutton and Murray Melvin) following screening of the Director’s Cut. Tells the story of a promiscuous and divisive local priest in 17th-century France. Based on John Whiting’s stage-play and Aldous Huxley’s novel. Russell died in November 2011. The BFI release The Devils on dvd in March. NFT1. BFI
Southbank, Belvedere Road, South Bank, Waterloo, SE1 8XT.
book event / talk/Forward into the 21st Century. Seamus Heaney, Sebastian Faulks, Jackie Kay, poets take part in literary evening celebrating 20 years of the Forward Prizes for Poetry. Heaney and Kay are both former Forward Prize-winners. Kings Place, York Way, Kings Cross, N1.
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talk/Intelligence Squared Bloomsbury Book Club with Nadine Gordimer. Nadine Gordimer, Nobel laureate and Booker Prize winner, makes rare UK visit to discuss her latest
novel, NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT, the story of an interracial couple intertwined in South Africa since Nelson Mandela’s release from prison. The Bloomsbury Institute, 50 Bedford Square, London, WC1B 3DP.
fundraiser/OneVoice Gala Dinner.
David Miliband, Labour MP, is guest of honour at gala dinner hosted by movement encouraging a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. St Ermin’s Hotel, Caxton Street, SW1H 0QW. 7:00pm.
press launch/Record Store Day. PiL, Orbital perform dj sets at press launch for annual celebration of independant record stores, which this year takes place on April 21 (see separate entry). Venue embargoed so we’re not telling you.