Actress joins fundraiser for charity

GREEN Wing actress Tamsin Greig is the latest star to put herself forward for a Christmas charity event in Oxford.

The Spirit of Christmas concert is held every year at Christ Church Cathedral in aid of the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign.

It features music, carols and Christmas readings by a whole host of celebrities.

Zoe Williams, who is part of the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign team co-ordinating the event, said: “Tamsin is one of those actresses with universal appeal. Our audience will be in for a treat.”

She will join actresses Sophie Thomson and Sasha Behar and actors Bill Paterson and Jamie Glover in taking part in the concert on Wednesday, December 5.

Ticket prices start at £10, but a £40 gold ticket includes the chance to meet the performers at a post-concert reception. For more information call 020 7803 2856 or email events@muscular-dystrophy.org

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11:28am Sun 18 Nov 12

Myron Blatz says...

Brilliant! However, not so sure about another article in the Oxford Mail, with regard to Hugh Grant . Maybe 'people in glass houses shouldn't throw stones' - especially with Hugh's past record? Whilst 'phone-tapping' and 'nasty' investigative journalism may not appeal to everyone, those who otherwise crave publicity for 'the buzz' and development of their chosen careers, should also weigh-up the cons, as well as the pros - such as being world-famous, and making a comfortable living as actors, just for pretending to be someone else.
Brilliant! However, not so sure about another article in the Oxford Mail, with regard to Hugh Grant . Maybe 'people in glass houses shouldn't throw stones' - especially with Hugh's past record? Whilst 'phone-tapping' and 'nasty' investigative journalism may not appeal to everyone, those who otherwise crave publicity for 'the buzz' and development of their chosen careers, should also weigh-up the cons, as well as the pros - such as being world-famous, and making a comfortable living as actors, just for pretending to be someone else. Myron Blatz

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