TOP Damian Lewis Moments 2020: Philanthropy

There is no question that the last nine months have been different than any other for everyone. And so, for Damian, too, there was no filming, no going out in London, no theatre, no Wimbledon, no summer festival or live concert. l. But the good news is that the pandemic did not stop him from being very good at doing good.

We talked about Damian and Helen’s finest moment during the pandemic, Feed NHS, earlier here.

But then Damian wore his charity hat multiple times throughout the year for different great causes. And I think if Damian’s generous heart does not make a top moment, what else does?

So let’s start!

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Throwback Thursday to WWI with Damian Lewis


Remembrance Day¬†is a few days away. Also known as Poppy Day in the Commonwealth countries, Remembrance Day is a¬†memorial day observed to remember the members of their armed forces who died in the line of duty in World War I. It coincides with¬†Veterans Day¬†in the US that was proclaimed first as Armistice Day at the end of the Great War¬†and¬†that honors all men and women that served in the United States Armed Forces. Remembrance Day is¬†observed on November 11 in most countries because the hostilities of WWI¬†ended “at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month”, in accordance with the armistice¬†signed¬†that day¬†between the representatives of Germany and the Entente. And, red poppies became a symbol of the day due¬†to the WWI poem In¬†Flanders Fields¬†that talks about red poppies blooming over some of the worst battlefields in Flanders.

So I thought it would be appropriate to travel back to WWI in our Throwback Thursday today. But you may ask about what Damian Lewis has to do with WWI. Well, firstly, Damian is playing a WWI soldier in Queen of the Desert but also he participated in a WWI poetry reading in 2014 as part of the centenary commemorations of the Great War.

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Throwback Thursday to Damian Lewis and Helen McCrory
at Cheltenham Literature Festival

Damian loves and supports poetry and so do we! One poetry project he has actively supported is The Love Book, a brilliant collection of classic and contemporary love poems that vary from Shakespeare to E.E. Cummings to Maya Angelou coming together in a book as well as in an app. And it is my utmost pleasure to take us all back to The Love Book event I was extremely lucky to attend at Cheltenham Literature Festival on October 12, 2014: Damian Lewis and Helen McCrory read Great Love Poems.

Whaaaa? Six years ago?!?!?! It feels like yesterday!


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Throwback Thursday to Damian Lewis at Harvest Festival 2013

‚ÄúLet‚Äôs gather as a band of one, in symphony across the land‚Ķ‚ÄĚ Henry Birtles, The Harvest


I would love to take us all today to a special Harvest service,¬†organized by British Food Fortnight to rekindle the tradition of Harvest Festival, at the Westminster Abbey in 2013, an event that Damian Lewis does not only attend with family — as a foodie, I cannot think of anything better than¬†celebrating food with family, no wonder Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday! —¬† ¬†but also actively participates in the celebrations and has a conversation with the¬†Duchess of Cornwall, who is also in attendance, about the whereabouts of one certain Nicholas Brody! ūüėÄ Continue reading “Throwback Thursday to Damian Lewis at Harvest Festival 2013”

Happy Shakespeare Day with Damian Lewis!


Happy Shakespeare Day! We are¬†celebrating the great man’s life and influence on English language today.

If you wanna have your own personal Shakespeare party, I highly recommend you to download The Love Book App and¬†have Damian Lewis read¬†Sonnet 130: My Mistress’ Eyes are Nothing Like the Sun directly to your ears! Or¬†if you want to party with us here then let’s¬†travel back to¬†a special Shakespeare¬†party kicked off by a certain Damian Lewis!

Better yet, get the app and party with us, too¬†ūüėÄ

April 23, 2014 Wednesday. I have ¬†to sit in front of my computer all day at work so I just let myself indulged in everything Shakespeare for occasional procrastination, from finding out about¬†words that we owe to him, e.g.¬†bedazzled, fashionable, pageantry¬†to¬†New York Public Theater‚Äôs celebration tweets with¬†favorite Shakespeare quotes and verses, and to a extremely special birthday party at Guildhall Library — Complete Reading of Shakespeare’s Sonnets¬†—¬†kicked off by a certain someone ūüôā Continue reading “Happy Shakespeare Day with Damian Lewis!”