Vanessa Redgrave, Oscar-winner for “Julia,” and Ralph Fiennes, Oscar-nominee for “Schindler’s List” and “The English Patient,” will lead fundraiser events in aid of London’s Freud museum.

Housed in the final home of the father of psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud, and his daughter Anna, a pioneer of child psychoanalysis, the museum receives no direct public funding and has incurred significant financial losses during the coronavirus pandemic. Both the fundraising events have been instigated and devised by Redgrave.

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The first event is on Sept. 13 where Redgrave and Fiennes, joined by actor Daisy Bevan (“The Alienist: Angel of Darkness”) will read texts ranging from Freud, Sylvia Pankhurst and William Shakespeare.

This will be followed by an Oct. 4 event where Redgrave will be joined by actors Paul Hilton (“Lady Macbeth”) and Bevan for readings and reflections on the refugee experience. Before lockdown, Redgrave was working with the museum on an exhibition, “Code Name Mary: The Extraordinary Life of Muriel Gardiner,” now postponed until 2021.