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Signing - 8th September

Signing Event - Saturday 8th September - between 10.00 am and 13.00 pm
We are delighted to announce our guest's
William Russell, Carole Ann Ford, Frances White,
Margot Hayhoe and Sue Longhurst
William Russell Carole Ann Ford Frances White
Margot Hayhoe Sue Longhurst Everyone attending
this signing
will receive this free
print by Damian May
William Russell appeared in British films from 1950 onwards, appearing in well-known productions such as They Who Dare (1954), One Good Turn (1955), The Man Who Never Was (1956) and The Great Escape (1963). He also later had a minor role in Superman: The Movie (1978) and Death Watch with Harvey Keitel and Harry Dean Stanton (1979). IMDB
best known for her role as Susan Foreman in Doctor Who. Her films include Sarah (about the life of Sarah Bernhardt), Hiding Place, The Great St Trinian's Train Robbery, Mix Me a Person and the part of the blind French girl Bettina in the science fiction film The Day of the Triffids.
Her television appearances include Suspense (in the play Man on a Bicycle), Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads?, Public Eye, Emergency Ward 10, Attorney General, Moonstrike, Compact, Probation Officer, and Dial M for Murder. IMDB

perhaps best known for her roles as Kate Hamilton in Crossroads and as Miss Flood in the BBC sitcom May to December.She has also appeared in The Pumpkin Eater; Press for Time; Trevor's World of Sport; Dangerfield; A Very Peculiar Practice; as Cassandra, prophetess of Troy, in the Doctor Who story The Myth Makers; as Julia, daughter of Augustus, Emperor of Rome, in I, Claudius; and as Queen Charlotte, wife of George III, in Prince Regent. She plays Granny Pig on the children's animated series Peppa Pig.

Margot Hayhoe was assistant floor manager for The War Machines (with Lovett Bickford), Fury from the Deep, and The Ambassadors of Death. She was also production manager for Logopolis, Castrovalva and Snakedance.

She made her acting debut, aged 27, in 1971 in Hammer Horror's Lust for a Vampire, playing a schoolgirl at a boarding school. Longhurst also made an appearance in the 1971 film Straw Dogs, as an uncredited stunt double for actress Susan George during the dramatic fire scene. Her second major movie role came in the 1973 production The Secrets of A Door-To-Door Salesman, followed by Keep It Up Jack.Sue's first film of 1974 was The Over-Amorous Artist, but as well as movies she had supporting roles in comedy sketch shows with Dick Emery and Charlie Drake as well as small parts in sitcoms like Please Sir. For a brief time she was also a hostess on ITV gameshow The Golden Shot where she appeared with celebrity guests Barbara Windsor and Sid James, replacing "dizzy" Anne Aston. She also features briefly in the Hylda Baker sitcom Not On Your Nellie (1974), in an episode entitled “The Apartment” in which Baker’s character has to stay in the Chelsea flat of a famous model (Longhurst). While Longhurst’s character never actually appears in the episode, photos of her (specially taken for the episode) are used as props, and feature heavily in the apartment set.

Signing information, Venue and Directions
Autographs are charged at £10
each on the day of the signing, on a
personal item or on a free photograph provided on the day.
Buy four autographs get a
fifth FREE, e.g buy eight get two FREE
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signed or a signed picture.
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Actors appear subject
to work commitments
Barking Learning Centre
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Barking Learning Centre, 2 Town Square, Barking,
IG11 7NB Tel: 020 8724 8710
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