Marin County, CA
To us, this experience is perfect. You and a friend will jet off to London for a once-in-a-lifetime Love Actually-themed day. You’ll touch down at the airport, where Andrew Lincoln will be patiently awaiting your arrival, holding a sign with your name on it. (Swoon.) Then, you can get all the on-set scoop as Andrew and Love Actually director Richard Curtis take you on a tour, stopping at several filming locations. You’ll keep the conversation going with Keira Knightley, who’ll meet you for afternoon tea somewhere perfectly posh. Before it ends, your new friends will leave you with theater tickets so you can enjoy a show—they’ll also cover your flights and hotel accommodations. Isn’t love grand?
Through the power of entertainment, Red Nose Day raises awareness and money to help kids who need us most—at home and around the world. Red Nose Day launched in America in 2015 with a mission to end child poverty. It has raised nearly $60 million in its first two years in the US. Funds raised support programs that ensure children living in poverty are safe, healthy, educated and empowered. Red Nose Day started in the UK in 1988 and has raised over $1 billion globally in the last 25 years.