Saturday 23 April, from 6:30pm
Join Rupert Everett, Actor, Writer, Director and Julia’s House Patron for an intimate dive into his rich career and creative experience.
In conversation with his guest interviewer the journalist Fiona Golfar, Rupert will be sure to engage his trademark candour in what promises to be an entertaining and enlightening discussion.
A reception with light bites and the chance to view the contemporary Canadian Ceramics ‘No Boundaries’ exhibition will follow.
Fiona Golfar is an accomplished journalist with a 25 year history at Vogue and contributing editor to the FT magazine How to Spend It, and House and Garden.
Those in the arts are employed in creating experiences: experiences that excite us, delight us, move us and challenge us. They enrich our lives, raise our expectations, and create lasting memories. These special gifts are also within every Julia’s House nurse.
Families with a seriously ill child enter a whole new world of enormous stress, unrelenting, complex care, sleep deprivation, lack of time together and medical emergencies. Julia’s House is there, not only to provide the frequent respite and holistic support that families describe as a lifeline – bespoke care in emergencies, at End of Life and in bereavement – but also to play, create, discover and make memories. When you have a life-limited child it is the moments of joy and togetherness which are those you want to remember.
All profits from the evening will be donated to Julia’s House Children’s Hospice.
Julia’s House is a Children’s Hospice in Dorset and Wiltshire. They are an award-winning children’s hospice charity dedicated to bringing comfort and care to families across the two counties. They provide practical and emotional support for families caring for a child with a life-limiting or life-threatening condition, providing frequent and regular support in their own homes, in the community or at our hospices.
Photo of Rupert Everett © William Baker