The Sound of
007 In Concert Coming To The Royal Albert Hall
An unmissable evening of entertainment marking the 60th Anniversary is
coming soon to the Royal Albert Hall in London.
Taking place on Tuesday October 4, 2022 The Sound of 007 in Concert
will feature the music of some of the most illustrious names in James Bond
music history. Further artists and designated charity will be
announced in due course.
Dame Shirley Bassey
will headline the benefit concert and Garbage will take centre stage
to perform their theme to The World Is Not Enough.
Rising music stars will also put their spin on some of the franchise’s
soundtrack songs, including Academy Award-nominated singer-songwriter
Produced by EON Productions, The Sound of 007 will be curated
by five-time Bond composer David Arnold and will feature the Royal
Philharmonic Concert Orchestra.
Tickets go on general sale at the Royal Albert Hall box office and
website from August 1st.
Celebrate 60 years
of James Bond at the Royal Albert Hall
Daniel Craig returns to the big screen in a triple bill of Casino
Royale in Concert, Skyfall in Concert and Spectre in
Casino Royale in Concert
- Thursday 17 November 2022
With the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Starts: 7:30pm
Casino Royale in Concert returns to the Royal Albert Hall for
the first time since 2017.
Skyfall in Concert - Friday 18 November 2022
With the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Starts: 7:30pm
Skyfall in Concert returns to the Royal Albert Hall for the
first time since 2019.
Spectre in Concert - Saturday 19 & Sunday 20 November
With the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Starts: 2:00pm & 7:30pm Saturday, 1:30pm Sunday
Film Concerts Live! proudly presents the third instalment in the James
Bond Concert Series, the world premiere of Spectre in Concert,
produced in association with EON Productions and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Studios. For the first time, audiences around the world will be
able to experience composer Thomas Newman’s super-charged musical
score performed live by a full symphony orchestra in sync to director
Sam Mendes’ thrilling motion picture.
This autumn, Christie’s and EON Productions
are delighted to present Sixty Years of James Bond, an official
two-part charity sale celebrating the 60th Anniversary of James Bond
on the silver screen.
Sixty Years of James Bond, the official two-part charity auction
will see 60 lots go under the hammer to benefit 45 chosen charities:
a live sale on September 28th featuring vehicles, watches and
costumes from No Time To Die; and an
online sale from September 15th until James Bond Day on October 5th,
of themed experiences, props and collectibles from all 25 movies.
A free-to-attend, pre-sale exhibition showcasing highlights from
Sixty Years of James Bond will take place between September
15th-28th at Christie’s HQ at 8 King Street, London, with limited
edition catalogues available to pre-order now.
The headline lot for sale is a silver birch Aston Martin DB5, one of
just eight replica stunt cars built for No Time To Die (2021)
and the only one to be released for public sale. Estimated to fetch
between £1.5 and £2 million, proceeds from this sale will benefit The
Prince’s Trust in its work with young people and the Prince of Wales’s
Charitable Fund’s support of charities assisting serving and former
members of the three Intelligence Agencies and UK Special Forces.
Other vehicles include an SFX version of the ‘Q’ Jet Boat from The
World Is Not Enough (1999), a Land Rover Defender 110 featured in
No Time To Die’s stunt scenes and a bespoke 007 Land Rover
Defender with the 60th Anniversary logo on the instrument panel.
Standout pieces available to bid on include a Swarovski-encrusted,
gold-plated egg in the style of Faberge from Octopussy (1983)
and Timothy Dalton’s signed tuxedo from Licence To Kill (1989).
30 September - 2
James Bond at 60 Weekend at BFI Southbank & BFI IMAX
Celebrate the 60th anniversary of James Bond with these exciting
events and screenings at BFI Southbank and BFI IMAX as part of the
Bond Weekender. Look out for further updates of guests and a chance to
see some of the Bond cars on display at BFI Southbank.
September 2022 18:15 NFT1 (90 minutes)
TALK - Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson in conversation: 60
years of James Bond. The James Bond producers discuss their hugely
successful tenure overseeing the 007 screen series.
September 2022 20:40 NFT1
Dr. No (1962) 60th Anniversary screening [Digital 4K]
October 2022 11:30 NFT1
The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
45th anniversary screening [Digital 4K]
October 2022 14:45 NFT1 (80 minutes)
TALK - James Bond behind the scenes: Stunts and VFX
A look at the work that goes into creating the extraordinary action
set-pieces in the Bond series.
October 2022 17:00 NFT1 (90 minutes)
PREVIEW - The Sound of 007 + Q&A with director Mat
Whitecross, lyricist Don Black and composer David Arnold
An insightful history of the James Bond series’ composers, musicians
and singers who have helped shape its unique place in cinema. This new
documentary reveals the history of seven decades of Bond music, from
the genesis of 1962’s Dr. No and Monty Norman’s iconic ‘James
Bond theme’, through to 2021’s No Time To Die. The film charts
the ups and downs of James Bond soundtracks, combining interviews with
stunning archive material from the franchise’s 60-year journey.
Saturday 01 October 2022 20:15
The Living Daylights (1987) 35th anniversary screening
Sunday 02 October 2022 12:30 BFI
Skyfall (2012) 10th anniversary screening [IMAX Digital]
Sunday 02 October 2022 16:00 BFI IMAX
Spectre (2015) [IMAX Digital]
Sunday 02 October 2022 19:50 BFI IMAX
No Time To Die (2021) [IMAX Digital 3D]
5 June 2022
- James Bond vehicles join Jubilee celebrations
007 celebrates The Queen and 70 years of exceptional service
to her country by being invited to take part in The Platinum
Jubilee Pageant. Ten iconic Bond vehicles joined Act II of
The People’s Pageant in a once-in-a-lifetime procession.
The vehicles appeared amidst a collection of 500 vintage cars
and motorbikes which will covered a 3km route taking in The Mall
and Buckingham Palace to echo the Coronation journey 70 years
FULL STORY & IMAGES FROM THE EVENT
The Platinum Jubilee of Elizabeth
II - a look at Her Majesty's connections with James Bond
15 April 2022
Blockbuster set of original James Bond screenplays, film scripts and
storyboards to go on sale for £500,000
The most extensive
collection of James Bond film scripts, screenplays, manuscripts,
storyboards and film treatments will be jointly offered for sale by
world-leading London-based rare book dealers Peter Harrington and Adrian
Harrington Rare Books for £500,000, in time to celebrate the 60th
anniversary of 007 on the big screen. The set of approximately 120
original and inscribed screenplays, scripts, costume designs, storyboards,
publicity material and even legal correspondence related to some of the
franchise’s most memorable characters and moments on and off screen
constitute a dream haul of collectables for any fan of Bond’s onscreen
escapades over the past 60 years.
8 April 2022
James Bond Films Set To Return To Cinemas - Celebrate 60 Years Of Bond
On The Big Screen!
celebrations at the Academy Awards® and the BAFTA’s, the
60th Anniversary celebrations continue with UK and Irish cinema
screenings of all 25 Bond titles from mid-April, culminating in
‘Global James Bond Day’ on 5th October. The films will be
projected in stunning 4K and will screen chronologically at
Cineworld cinemas across the UK, and also select
in Ireland, starting mid-April
with the 60th Anniversary of Dr. No (1962), through to No
Time To Die (2021) in September, alongside other celebratory
programmes at selected cinemas nationwide.
||From Russia With
||You Only Live
||On Her Majesty's
||Live And Let Die
||The Man With The
||The Spy Who Loved
||For Your Eyes
||A View To A Kill
||Licence To Kill
||The World Is Not
||Die Another Day
||Quantum of Solace
||No Time To Die
is coordinating theatrical activity on behalf of MGM.
21 January 2022
No Time To Die re-released in selected US cinemas in IMAX
To help celebrate the
60th Anniversary of James Bond’s first big screen outing, Dr. No,
MGM and EON Productions are re-releasing No Time To Die in IMAX
in selected US cinemas starting Friday, January 21st. These special
showings will also come with an exclusive Q&A from Daniel Craig,
Director Cary Joji Fukunaga, and series’ Producers Barbara Broccoli
and Michael G. Wilson. The previously released documentary Being
James Bond: The Daniel Craig Story, which was previously an Apple
TV+ exclusive, and included on the 4K Blu-ray edition, is now
available to watch on the official
James Bond YouTube Channel.