May 31, 2020 0 comments

Vanessa, alongside her friend and World to Come co-star, Katherine Waterston, joined the wonderful organization Spare Hand to help those in need. Find more on how to help here. It’s super easy and you can do it via your phone!

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My wonderful friend @katherinewaterston has set up the brilliant @spare_hand that links volunteers with the places and charities that need it the most!
If you fancy a bit of volunteering with choice over whatever hours you do, join here!!

Hope everyone is really safe and well during this time xx



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November 26, 2018 0 comments

As ambassador of War Child UK, Vanessa has been active on her role by going to a few schools and spread the word about this charity, enjoy a few pictures and one article on the subject:

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Vanessa Kirby, star of Netflix’s The Crown, who is also a War Child ambassador, has been visiting children at Betty Layward Primary School in Stoke Newington and helped them write letters to Theresa May. On Thursday, she said: “I first saw them months ago when they were starting, and to see the pictures of the kids they have been writing to, and the letters between them, it’s amazing.”
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September 10, 2018 0 comments

As you all know, Vanessa has been active on War Child UK charity, and, she is now more active than ever! She gets behind their campaign to link schools in UK and warzones, says she hopes it ‘inspires people to overcome their differences and connect with each other’.

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Captures > Others > War Child UK – Learn To Live (Sep. 8)

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The Crown actor praised the Learn to Live campaign as she visited one of the pioneering London schools at the heart of the project, saying she hopes it “inspires people to overcome their differences and connect with each other”.
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December 17, 2014 0 comments

Lovely ChicanePictures was able to receive a autograph from Noo when she was at Young Vic with ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’

He added a little description talking about his experience:

I sketched 26 year old English actress Vanessa Noola Kirby – or ‘Noo’ as she is known (“no one ever calls me Vanessa,” she says)  in her role as the endearing Stella opposite Gillian Anderson‘s Blanche Dubois in Tennessee Williams’ timeless masterpiece A Streetcar Named Desire at London’s Old Vic during the late summer.

I didn’t manage to have the drawing signed at the theatre in person, so sent it to her. She autographed and returned it quicker than I’ve ever known… a matter of hours, and Royal Mail redeemed its reputation. Quick sums up Noo. Her short but stellar career has quickly launched her on the right trajectory. It was another ‘Stella’ part that introduced her to the masses, enchanting TV audiences as Estella also opposite Gillian in the BBC’s Great Expectations in 2011.

Noo now has five films coming out in almost as many months, playing characters different names this time. She has also been nominated for a WhatsOnStage Award, which the public vote on.

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