Film, TV & Theatre
Have Tea With The ‘Royal Family’ – £10
One lucky subject and a friend will take afternoon tea and scones with the royal family from hit Netflix show The Crown. Join Claire Foy, Matt Smith, Vanessa Kirby and other ‘royals’ for a legendary gossipy tea party. But that's not all. The tea will take place at the London home of film director Richard Curtis. A double win.
Have A Drink With Tom Hiddleston – Auction
Here’s your chance to hang out with Golden Globe and Olivier Award-winner Tom Hiddleston in the flesh – and win tickets to watch the sold-out West End hit play, Betrayal. You’ll be met at the theatre, treated like a star and taken to the exclusive Ambassador Lounge for pre-show drinks before the curtain rises. When the play ends, you'll join the star of the show for drinks and snacks in the bar.
Meet Gillian Anderson – Auction
Meet the legendary Gillian Anderson and watch her light up the stage in Ivo van Hove’s new play, All About Eve. She’s appearing with Lily James in a new stage adaptation which explores our fascination with celebrity, youth and ambition. And it’s almost sold out. But not for the winner – you’ll get two of the best seats in the house, and after the show a glass of champagne, a bite to eat and a private chat with Gillian and her good friend Emma Freud.
Win A Stormtrooper Helmet – £10
Here’s your chance to get your hands on a Stormtrooper helmet from the final Star Wars film, Star Wars: Episode IX, due for release this December. It’s an iconic piece of memorabilia from the actual film set and it will come signed by J.J. Abrams, Kathy Kennedy, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega and Adam Driver – a dream come true for any collector.
Attend The Film Premiere Of Yesterday – £10
Yesterday, written by Richard Curtis, directed by Danny Boyle and starring Lily James and Himesh Patel, is hitting cinemas this June – and you’re invited to meet the cast at its London premiere. The film focuses on Jack, a struggling singer-songwriter in a tiny English seaside town whose dreams of fame are rapidly fading. Then, after a freak bus accident during a mysterious global blackout, Jack wakes up to discover that the Beatles have never existed… and he finds himself with a very complicated problem.
Art & Music
Win An Original Charlie Mackesy Ink & Watercolour – £10
Charlie Mackesy's beautiful work can bring hope and light into the world through its simplicity and thoughtful kindness. For Comic Relief, the critically acclaimed artist has donated an original ink and watercolour painting which has a gallery price of £2,500.
See A Private, Tiny Mumford and Sons Gig – £10
Here’s your chance to catch Mumford and Sons perform an intimate gig in Richard Curtis’s front room. The band that brought you ‘Little Lion Man’, ‘I Will Wait’, ‘Believe’ and ‘Guiding Light’ will play a tiny unplugged gig in the sitting room of the man that bought you Love, Actually, Four Weddings and a Funeral and Notting Hill. You'll be treated to bespoke cocktails, signed memorabilia and food cooked by Richard’s girlfriend Emma Freud and Marcus’s wife Carey Mulligan.
Win A Sir Peter Blake Print – Auction
Sir Peter Blake is one of the greatest artists in the UK. Best known for co-creating the sleeve design for Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, the cover of the Band Aid single ‘Do They Know It's Christmas?’, and the Live Aid concert poster, for Comic Relief, you could get your hands on a signed limited edition print of the Sir Peter Blake Mickey Mouse design (valued at over £1,000).
Have Breakfast With Sir David Attenborough – £10
This might just be the best breakfast of all time, and the greatest prize Comic Relief has ever offered. Naturalist and broadcaster Sir David Attenborough will meet you at the Natural History Museum before it opens to the public. You'll have breakfast together before David takes you on a tour of his favourite exhibits, where you’ll have the entire museum to yourselves.
Have A Breakfast Butty With Louis Tomlinson – £10
Former One Direction star/singer-songwriter Louis Tomlinson is offering one fan – and a friend – the chance to join him for breakfast at his favourite brunch spot, The Bridge Café in London, for a fry up. The Comic Relief team promises chatting, bonding and lots of builders’ tea.
Have Breakfast With Doctor Who – £10
Here’s your chance to have breakfast with the 13th doctor on the set of Doctor Who in Cardiff. Jodie Whittaker and her cast mate Mandip Gill will share coffee and breakfast with you and a friend, discuss the show and explore some fan theories. After breakfast, you’ll go on a tour of the set, watch the show being filmed, and meet the stars and screw who make the enduring sci-fi show.
Have Breakfast With Tanya Burr – £10
You, a friend and Tanya Burr will spend the morning at one of the influencer’s favourite restaurants, Granger & Co in Notting Hill. Once you get there, you’ll enjoy a delicious breakfast and get the chance to get to know Tanya and ask her anything at a London restaurant often filled with A-listers and celebrities.
Have Breakfast With Giovanna Fletcher – £10
This is your chance to enjoy some food and a chat with Giovanna Fletcher, author, presenter, actress, ‘Celebrity Mum of the Year’ and the woman behind hit podcast Happy Mum, Happy Baby. Giovanna will meet you and a friend at The Breakfast Club in East London, where she’ll share her stories and tell you about all the other exciting things she’s up to.
Join Jessie Ware For Table Manners – £10
Chart-topping singer-songwriter Jessie Ware hosts a hit podcast about food, family and the art of having a chat, direct from her very own dinner table. On this occasion, she'll be recording a special episode with star guest – the director of Four Weddings and a Funeral, Love, Actually and founder of Comic Relief – Richard Curtis. You'll hear behind the scenes stories straight off the set of Richard's latest movie while Jessie's mum, Lennie, treats you to one of her delicious feasts.
Hang Out Backstage At The Guilty Feminist – £10
Are you a fan of the Guilty Feminist podcast? Well, here’s a chance for you and a friend to win an evening hanging out backstage with Deborah Frances-White and her guests. You’ll see all the rehearsal prep before taking front row seats for the recording. But that's not all. Afterwards, you’re invited for a post-show glass of champagne and a dressing room picnic with the guest comedians. Deborah will also record your very own personalised ‘I’m a feminist but...’ video clip.