Helen attended the Golden Globes last night as a nominee for her performance in The Leisure Seeker and also presented an award with Viola Davies for Best Supporting Actor to Sam Rockwell for Three Billboards in Ebbing, Missouri.
Swiftly on from Venice, Helen travelled to the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) with her film The Leisure Seeker, where she did a special Q&A on her career.
The Leisure Seeker was screened at the Venice Film festival and Helen was there to support it with her co-star Donald Sutherland and the Italian director Paolo Virzi. The applause at the end of the screening was tremendous, so it obviously went down well with the film festival audience. The Leisure Seeker will be released…
As patron of the Women For Women International charity, Helen has been part of a film for their recent campaign “What is Sisterhood?” she has also written a piece on The Pool website why don’t you take a look.
Helen performed at the centenary commemorations in Belgium. This was a deeply moving event in the Market Square of Ypres, where the imposing façade of the historic Cloth Hall was illuminated with projections and lights as the backdrop to special live performances and Helen as the lead narrator. It was broadcast on Sunday 30 July, 7-11pm,…
A wonderful actor died today. He was in the classic mould, utterly committed to his art, he filled any room he inhabited with wit and character. He was also kind, considerate and generous. We will miss Robert Hardy
Lucian Msamati and Helen at a fundraising reception for the National Theatre hosted by the Wall Street Journal in Cannes. Helen was guest of honour and gave a brief speech and then watched a short performance by Lucian Msamati from the NT production of Amadeus.
On Wednesday Helen joined the MD of L’Oreal Paris UK to talk about the initiative between The Princes Trust and L’Oreal to highlight diversity and inclusivity, to help young people with their confidence and self-worth. The session was moderated by Suzanne Powers of McCann worldwide to an audience of top advertising executives from around the…
Helen receives the Crystal Nymph award at the Monte Carlo Television Festival 2017. Taylor and Helen ready to attend the ceremony.
Inspired by Jo Cox’s belief that we have ‘more in common than that which divides us’, Helen gave her thoughts on what unites us all as a nation ahead of The Great Get Together this weekend (16-18 June 2017) in memory of Jo Cox. www.greatgettogether.org facebook.com/jocoxmoreincommon twitter.com/great_together instagram.com/greatgettogether