Watch Red Nose Day Actually, the mini-sequel to Love Actually.
‘Tis the season for holiday films, and there’s few as loved (and frequently watched) as Love Actually. The 2003 film, which was written and directed by Red Nose Day co-founder Richard Curtis, captured hearts across the world and solidified itself as an instant holiday classic.
13 years later, the Love Actually cast reunited for the mini-sequel Red Nose Day Actually, and it was actually the best thing ever. Not only did it answer all of our burning questions about what the couples are up to now, it also helped raise funds and awareness for children living in poverty.
So for all you Love Actually fans that plan to re-watch the film for the 300th time this December, why not top off the holiday tradition with Red Nose Day Actually.
If you're able to, we'd love (actually) for you to show your support by making a donation today.
When you donate to Red Nose Day this holiday season, you won’t just be wishing others a happy and healthy new year – you’ll be making it happen.
All through the holidays and beyond, your gift will help power Red Nose Day’s Full Plate Project - a campaign providing urgent relief and meals for children and families facing hunger, here in the US and around the world.
By donating, you won’t just be wishing others a happy and healthy new year – you’ll be making it happen.
And without further ado, you can watch Red Nose Day Actually below:
t further ado, you can watch Red Nose Day Actually below:
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Red Nose Day
Red Nose Day in School is a free educational program designed to teach young students about the impacts of poverty on children, foster empathy building, and celebrate acts of kindness in the classroom and beyond. This year-round program includes lesson plans, routines and videos to help students practice core reading and writing skills while also helping them realize their power to make a difference for others. Learn more.