An evening with Francoise Pascal
The career of one of the most beguiling leading ladies has been an adventurous one that has taken her from being in the centre of Swinging London in the mid-sixties, to cult status as a model and actress in the seventies and a stint in Hollywood in the eighties working in movies and a popular daytime soap. Finding solace as a humanitarian dedicated to helping the under-privileged and elderly, Francoise has recently revitalised her career with new projects and is currently revamping her autobiography, As I Am.
Pascal is best known for her iconic role as the sexy Danielle Favre in the smash hit sitcom Mind Your Language as well as guest appearances onCelebrity Squares, Blankety Blank, Happy Ever After, Coronation Street and many more popular television series. Francoise also gained a cult following amongst horror fans for her acclaimed performance in Jean Rollin’s The Iron Rose (1973) and made an impact in hit comedy There’s a Girl in My Soup (1970) co-starring Peter Sellers and Goldie Hawn.
Last year Francoise filmed a guest appearance for a new television production, Fragments of Fear and began work on a new sitcom called For the Love of Ella. She has also been signed up for a lead role in action/superhero film GirlForce which is currently in preproduction for Cyberschizoid Multimedia and co-stars Dave Prowse, Alex Reid and Dani Thompson.
Join Francoise Pascal for an intimate evening at Emporium in Brighton on Thursday 26th March from 7:30pm.
There will be an onstage interview hosted by popular horror host, writer and publisher Richard Gladman and an audience Q & A.
Francoise will be signing autographs and having her photograph taken with the audience.
Autographs will be charged at £15 each unless otherwise stated on the night.
Emporium Brighton website - www.emporiumbrighton.com/
Francoise Pascal website –www.francoisepascal.co.uk
Francoise Pascal on Twitter –www.twitter.com/Fpascal
Francoise Pascal on Facebook –www.facebook.com/francoise.pascal