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Michael Sheen will be appearing at Oxfordshire Mind on October 26th to give a talk about his varied career in film and theatre in aid of Mind. Details below.
Tickets: available on the door at £5/£3 concession.
Venue: Taylor Institution, st Giles’, Oxford OX1 3NA
If you are in the area, please take this unique opportunity to attend the event and help a very worthwhile cause.
All proceeds of the event go to Mind. Oxfordshire Mind are a UK charity offering help and advice on matters of mental health. For more information about their work, please visit their website here.
Many thanks to Ben for the heads up.
The dates for the Breaking Dawn 2 promo tour were confirmed yesterday by Summit, and will feature many of the cast as they promote the upcoming release of the final part in the Twilight saga.
The given promo tour schedule for Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner, and other featured members of the cast including Michael Sheen. Their media venues and social appearances are also expected to include in-depth interviews, hints about the movie, and guest arrivals around the world, with U.S. talk show appearances and fan interview opportunities.
Having looked at the schedule, it seems Michael will only be joining the cast on the Los Angeles part of the tour, between October 28th and November 3rd.
The match will be live on ITV1 from 6pm in the UK, and online. Prior to the main event, there are three preview shows this week.
Wednesday 23rd May on ITV1 from 10:35pm to 11:05pm
Cat Deeley presents the first of three shows in the build-up to Soccer Aid 2012, the charity football match in aid of UNICEF. She chats to celebrities including England captain Robbie Williams and Hollywood star Mike Myers and catches up with the action from the training ground. Plus Keira Knightley reports from Chad on how the money raised can help.
Thursday 24th May on ITV1 from 10:35pm to 11:05pm
Cat Deeley presents the second of three shows in the build-up to Soccer Aid 2012. She talks to players from the England and Rest of the World teams and reveals the latest news from the training ground. Plus Ewan McGregor reports from India on why donations are so important.
Friday 25th May on ITV1 from 10:35pm to 11:05pm
Cat Deeley presents the last of three shows in the build-up to Soccer Aid 2012. Robbie Williams is in the studio weighing up his England players’ chances of winning the title back from Michael Sheen’s Rest of the World team. Plus the best bits from training and Cat chats with this year’s stars.
Are you going to be watching?
Apollo Cinemas have very kindly offered me a ticket to the world premiere of The Gospel of Us, and also a press pass into the interview & photography pen! I will be allotted a small interview slot to speak with Michael and the director, Dave McKean.
To say I am excited, does not even begin to cover it!
However, I want to share this moment with you, and get you involved. Please add in the comments below, any questions you may have for Michael and Dave relating to The Gospel of Us, and of course The Passion from last year. Please add your name, and location, and I will make sure you are credited for the question in my post-premiere write up.
I cannot promise to ask all the questions, but I will ask as many as I can in the allotted time.
Many thanks to Alison at Apollo for this opportunity.
Michael Sheen was one of the first celebrities to sign up, along with Marvin Humes and Aston Merrygold from JLS, Gordon Ramsay, DJ Jamie Theakston and footballers Teddy Sheringham and Edwin van der Sar.
At the last Soccer Aid in 2010, Michael Sheen led the ‘Rest Of The World’ team to victory over Robbie Williams’ ‘England’.
The match will take place once again at Manchester United’s Old Trafford, hosted by Dermot O’Leary. Dave Berry will front the Extra Time coverage on ITV4. O’Leary will also host three build-up shows from the players’ hotel, which will feature behind-the-scenes footage and direct access to the stars taking part.
A complete list of presenters has been announced for the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, which will will be held on Sunday, January 29 in Los Angeles. Michael Sheen as been announced as one of the presenters of the award ceremony which will be aired live on TBS at 6ET / 3PT.
UPDATE: It seems ladies and gents, that I was mis-informed. Michael is NOT presenting an award – but he is listed along with his Midnight In Paris cast mates for Outstanding Performance by a Cast