James Bond Concert Spectacular

James Bond Concert Spectacular

By Q The Music 

Fri 5 Aug 8pm 

Two Sisters’ Theatre 


Guest Compere Madeline Smith – Live and Let Die 

‘It’s hard to imagine this music being served better. Simply stunning.’ *****
The Times 

Calling All James Bond Fans! Formed in 2004 as the world’s first dedicated tribute to the music of 007, the group has established themselves, amongst Bond fan clubs around the world, as the finest performers of the songs since the originals. 

The show has become the world-wide, go-to provider for the top James Bond events. In 2017 they were asked to perform at Sir Roger Moore’s official memorial event at Pinewood Studios in front of the who’s who of the British film and TV industry including: Sir Michael Caine, Dame Joan Collins and David Walliams. In 2019 they performed at an event with George Lazenby, the 50th anniversary event for On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, held at Piz Gloria in the Swiss Alps. 

Their stirring, emotional and adrenaline-fueled performances, mixed with superb musicianship and flair have been met by critical acclaim. Some of the most notable comments have come from hugely influential Bond related stars including: 

 ‘They do a phenomenal job.’
David Arnold 

 ‘They did John Barry proud.’
George Lazenby 

 ‘They helped make a wonderful day an extraordinary day.’
Sir Roger Moore’s Office (following his Memorial) 

 ‘You did my Dad proud.’
Steven Saltzman (son of legendary Bond producer Harry Saltzman) 

Authentic arrangements will include: The James Bond Theme, From Russia With Love Goldfinger, On Her Majesties Secret Service, You Only Live Twice, Diamonds Are Forever, Live and Let Die, Nobody Does It Better, A View To A Kill, Goldeneye, You Know My Name, Skyfall and lots, lots more. 

Former Bond girl, Madeline Smith, who played Miss Caruso in Live and Let Die will guide you through the concert, sharing anecdotes about her time working on this legendary series.  

With stunning singing, exquisite musicianship, an informative compere, and a show full of iconic tunes, this really is a stunning night of James Bond treasure. 

‘Where all other Bond concerts end, Q The Music begin.’  
Ajay Chowdhury – Some Kind Of Hero and James Bond International Fan Club 

120 mins, including interval  

Madeline Smith with Roger Moore in Live And Let Die (1973) 

PHOTOGRAPH/www.007magazine.com/© 1973 Danjaq LLC and United Artists Corporation. All rights reserved. 


Tickets

Reserved covered seating
£35 (Friends and Castle Members £31.50) 

Reserved Uncovered Seating
£27 (Friends and Castle Members £24.30) 

Grass Tickets
£25 (Friends and Castle Members £22.50) 

Discounted Joint Theatre and Gardens ticket  
£46.35 Adult  
£41.45 Child  

Pre-theatre suppers can be reserved with your ticket purchase. 


Two Sister’s Theatre

Our main theatre, located on the Two Sister’s Lawn has allocated, covered seating in the Centre, East and West Tiers. There is additional uncovered seating in the Centre Tier and there are grass areas where you can bring your own seats, beanbags, rugs etc.
Pre-Theatre suppers are available to book with your ticket purchase. The Guthrie Pavilion will be open before the show and during the interval for drinks and snacks.