I updated the gallery with all missing screen captures from series 15. Enjoy!
Television Series > Silent Witness (2004-2013) > Series 15
Note: Tickets are sold out already. If you’ll be there send us an email or a tweet to tell us if you liked it! Would love to hear your opinions
When: Mon 10 Jun 2013, 18.30-20.00
Where: Conference Centre, British Library
Josephine Hart’s passion for poetry, and commitment to having it read live, electrified the evenings she hosted at the British Library. The events continue on an occasional basis, with no less capacity to move and inspire.
This year marks the 50 years since the passing of Sylvia Plath, and also since the publication of her novel The Bell Jar. Tonight’s programme will be devoted to the poetry of this exceptionally talented woman.
The programme will be introduced by Frieda Hughes, daughter of Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes, and the readers are Joanna David and Emilia Fox.
I wish there were more photos… Emilia looks amazing in this pink dress with the black border (:
Appearances > 2013 > 07th June | The Unicorn Theatre Gala
Thanks to ellen-hollmann.com we have 15 new amazing HQ shoots of Millie attending the Summer Exhibition 2013 in London. Just follow the link below to view the other pictures More to come soon!
As always, a link back to us is very much appreciated (:
Appearances > 2013 > 05th June | The Royal Academy Of Arts: Summer Exhibition 2013
Added a first still from ‘Suspension of Disbelief‘. Check it out in the gallery!
EDIT: It looks like Emilia won’t be able to attend since the site has replaced her name with Rupert Everett.
Emilia will attend the Josephine Hart Poetry Hour next Sunday, if you’re there and are able to take a photo send it to us!
THE JOSEPHINE HART POETRY HOUR; THE POETRY OF THE GREAT WAR
Event 424 • Sunday 2 June 2013, 2.30pm • Venue: Barclays Pavilion
Actors read Josephine’s programme featuring the work of Owen, Yeats, Sassoon and many others. Introduced by Francine Stock.
Emilia Fox chose the beautiful white brocade creation from Luisa Beccarias SS13 collection to attend the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Emilia was at the event opening the ‘B&Q Sentable Forget-me-not’ garden on behalf of Prince Harry’s charity, Sentebale as the event celebrates its centenary year.
Actress Emilia Fox unveils Prince Harry’s charity show garden at Chelsea Flower Show
British actress Emilia Fox, star of Silent Witness, The Pianist and Merlin, unveiled Prince Harry’s charity show garden, The B&Q Sentebale Forget-Me-Not Garden, at the centenary RHS Chelsea Flower Show today.
The garden has been created to help raise awareness of the Prince’s charity, Sentebale which means ‘forget-me-not’ in Sesotho (the language spoken in Lesotho) and was set up in 2006 in memory of his mother and the Prince Seeiso of Lesotho’s mother Queen Mamohato Bereng Seeiso.
Commenting on the garden, actress Emilia Fox says: “There is something so quintessentially British about the Chelsea Flower Show and I am delighted to help launch The B&Q Sentebale Forget-me-not Garden this week. The garden is very special as it brings together the emotional link of mothers and their children, the bond of true friendship between Prince Harry and Prince Seeiso and embraces the spirit of remembrance, while the plants chosen give everyone the chance to enjoy the spirit of Chelsea during its landmark centenary year and raise funds and awareness for this worthwhile charity.”
Landscape and garden designer, Jinny Blom, who designed the gardens at Temple Guiting Manor, has designed the garden to reflect the landscape of Lesotho and the country’s problems. The unique blanket designs worn by the Basotho people, their unusual circular thatched homes and dramatic landscape are all mirrored in the garden.
The garden took 19 days to complete on site and has been nearly a year in the making with a dedicated team of 79 gardeners, designers, builders and growers working round the clock to deliver a show stopping garden.
Jinny says; “Lesotho has a fascinating landscape and culture that confounds one’s expectations of what makes a country ‘African’. Lesotho’s climate is akin to that of Wales with which it is twinned, cool and damp, hence the need for wearing thick blankets. The garden at Chelsea Flower Show is a contemporary evocation of the mountains, round houses and wonderfully unusual blanket designs that are the national costume. I am hoping to express not only the beauty and rich culture yet also the inaccessibility and fragility of the country. Some of the native flora, such as Nemesia and Silene fimbriata, will be known to British gardeners.”