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An Evening With Eunice Gayson In London

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Spend an evening with Eunice Gayson in London courtsey of the Bondstars team. All profits made from ticket sales for the evening will be donated to the BBC Children In Need appeal.

An Evening With Eunice Gayson: "Fried Ants in the Kasbah"

Saturday 18th November at 7:30pm
Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts
Malet Street

Tickets priced £5.00 invite you to spend an evening with one of Britain’s most popular actresses, from her days in live TV at Alexandra Palace to James Bond, Hammer Horror and The Sound of Music on stage in London’s West End, Eunice Gayson has enjoyed a successful and varied career spanning over 60 years. In this unique one woman show, Eunice will recall hilarious tales and anecdotes from her show business career. She will also be joined in the audience by a few of her friends from the James Bond movies.

Signed merchandise will be available to purchase from 6:30pm and there will also be a paying bar.

Online booking is now closed but tickets can be purchased on the door for £5.00:



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