From left to right: Anabel Rivera, Miguel Ángel Heredia, Eddie Redmayne,
Claudia Cruz, Alejandro Mendoza, Pasión Vega and David Palomar
The beach bar located on the Santa María del Mar beach, Tirabuzones, had a special celebration
on Sunday night. The singer Pasión Vega celebrated her birthday surrounded by friends, including
many musicians and dancers from Cádiz. There were performances by Anabel Rivera with
Alejandro Mendoza on guitar and the dance of Claudia Cruz and Miguel Ángel Heredia.
Eddie and his team were there at the time. He joined the celebrants and posed for a few
photos with them. David Palomar has commented in his Instagram post that it is "a luxury"
to have spent an "incredible night" with this company. "And the icing on the evening
was put on by some artists from our land"
Anabel Rivera posted on Facebook: Here in Cádiz, not every day can one sing for joy
to this great British actor🤩 Eddie Redmayne.♥️
A night of sharing art... and it happened without waiting and without forcing 😍🙏.
Listening to a Viennese waltz in the voice of Pasión Vega.
Or the last drink of Chavela Vargas in the voice of David Palomar ♥️🌹
The dance of joy by Claudia Cruz and the Soleá by Miguel Ángel Heredia and
the toque of Alejandro Mendóza with the zambra of Niño Ricardo....❤️
Cádiz was moved, respectful, and full of gratitude.
Thanks to Tirabuzón for the treatment and that beautiful corner
on the beach. And to ferdysound.
Ferdy Domínguez wrote in his Facebook post: We were not going to refuse a photo with them,
were we? 😂 The great Passion Vega and the güerito Eddie Redmayne from Fantastic Beasts.
Pasión Vega posted two more photos on her Instagram.
She revealed something about why Eddie was in Cádiz. His trip
was part of his preparation for his role in The Day of the Jackal.
It has been a week since I shared unforgettable moments with unique people... on my birthday.
Life gave me the gift of being able to share it with many friends and with part of the team of
the next series that my dear friend Ronan Bennett has written, and to advance in the work
came to Cádiz for a few days, its magnificent director Brian Kirk, Jeremy, and the dazzling
Eddie Redmayne … really Eddie Redmayne is one of the most special people I have ever met:
attentive, observant, elegant … so warm, and bright. We will never forget any of the attendees
the art that Anabel Rivera, David Palomar, Miguel Angel Heredia, Claudia Cruz, and to the
touch Alejandro Mendoza guitarrista gave us in abundance, in that special place where
you can see the best sunsets and eat wonderfully in Tirabuzon Cádiz ...
thank you to everyone for these moments that remain tattooed forever in the memory.
🎁❤️🥰 #regalosdelavida #puestasdesolúnicas #cadizturismo #nocheflamenca
A fresh photo was taken at Sevilla Airport today (04.25.).
𝕋𝕙𝕒𝕟𝕜𝕤 𝕗𝕠𝕣 𝕔𝕠𝕞𝕚𝕟𝕘 𝕒𝕟𝕕 𝕓𝕖𝕚𝕟𝕘 𝕥𝕙𝕖 𝕨𝕒𝕪 𝕪𝕠𝕦 𝕒𝕣𝕖
Eddie told GQ Australia about his next project, 'The Day of the Jackal TV series:
“Like most of us, I'm an addict to long full television and the intricacy and the depth
of having these characters that you sit with for weeks on end. Since doing Cabaret and
The Good Nurse, I had a very thrilling year making those two things, they were both
really inspiring projects and really galvanised my love for what I do. And so I was
waiting to see what it would be that would really inspire me and these scripts came
along. They're written by a brilliant man called Ronan Bennett. As each episode
I read, I was desperate to read the next. They were thrilling. I loved the original film
and I love the book. And yet they felt so up to date and deeply compelling and quite
emotional. So as far as going back to television, it felt entirely the right format
for the right story. We don't start shooting for a wee bit. But in the prep of it,
I'm hoping it will be something super special.”