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James Bond 007 Party With Honor Blackman

By: FSWL team
Honor Blackman at Golden Bond party
Honor Blackman is donating her time to mingle with everyone at a special event hosted by Abstract Niche at Chalfont Park in aid of William's Fund, a local charity which raises money for research into Childhood Cancers.

Update: The lovely 'Octopussy Girl' Safira Afzal will also be in attendance.

A night to excite with a Goldfinger (1964) / Casino Royale theme in a luxury Marquee with a host of fabulous entertainment.

The organisers welcome you to come dressed as your favourite James Bond, or Bond Girl.

There is no doubt it will be a sell out, so book your tickets as soon as possible. (If you book before 31st October you'll receive a free cocktail.)

Tickets - priced 75 GBP per person - include: (Tables of 10 are 750 GBP)
• 2 Glasses of Bubbly on Arrival
• 3 course Gala meal
• William’s Fund Goody Bag for all Bond Girls
• 5 star Virtual Casino
• Complimentary Wine & Bottle of Water on the Table
• Bond Photo Studio
• An evening of fabulous entertainment compèred by Eve-Yasmine who has reported from various high-profile events including The Moet British Independent Film Awards, BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards, Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball, The British Comedy Awards, London Fashion Week, Casablanca Fashion Week and the Mawazine International Music Festival to name a few.

About Honor Blackman:
Honor Blackman was given a choice on her 15th birthday - a bicycle or elocution lessons.... she chose the latter and launched herself on a career in show business.

At the age of 19, she made her first screen appearance in the Boulting Brothers’ film, Fame is the Spur. Soon after she was signed by the Rank Organisation, & appeared in many of their productions, including, A Night To Remember, Quartet along with guest starring in popular TV shows such as The Invisible Man, Danger Man, The Vise, and The Saint.

Beginning in 1962, she starred as Cathy Gale in The Avengers, until 1964 when Honor was cast as Pussy Galore in Goldfinger (1964) - arguably her most memorable screen role.

Honor remained busy in both TV & film, chalking up credits such as Shalako, The Upper Hand, Bridget Jones’s Diary, The Royal & Colour me Kubrick with John Malkovich. More recently she has appeared in Reuniting The Rubins, Casualty & the BBC crime drama, By Any Means. She is currently touring in her new one woman show - As Herself.

Opposite Sean Connery, she created one of cinemas most enduring figures & fifty years on, has not diminished in beauty or screen presence.

Editor's note:
Chalfont Park House was used as the location for 'Shrublands' during the filming of Thunderball (1965) in 1965.

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