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WIN VIP tickets to see The Music Of Bond performed by The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra at Taverham Hall

PUBLISHED: 17:32 18 July 2017 | UPDATED: 08:43 20 July 2017

James Bond is coming to Taverham Hall on July 29 (Picture: Outside Live)

James Bond is coming to Taverham Hall on July 29 (Picture: Outside Live)


After the spectacular sell-out performance in August 2016, The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra are returning to Taverham Hall for another Outside Live film music concert - and we’ve got two pairs of VIP tickets to give away!

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On Saturday 29th July you can join in the fun and celebrate over fifty years of timeless James Bond theme songs with hits from Goldfinger, Casino Royale, From Russia With Love, Diamonds Are Forever, Skyfall, Spectre and many more - all sung by outstanding guest vocalists.

Be mesmerised with the combination of the thrilling music of 007 and the enchanting setting of Taverham Hall with local debonnair Stewart White as your host for the evening.

Pack up your hampers, champers and foldable chairs to enjoy the world famous Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra.

There is hot food and a licensed bar on site (or you can bring your own, no limits!), free car parking and a disabled parking area close to the arena entrance.

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***To be in with a chance of winning one of TWO pairs of tickets worth £100 each head over to the EDP Facebook page and tag your Bond or Bond Girl in the comments beneath the competition post pinned to the top of our page. We will select two lucky winners at random***

Archant competition rules apply.

For more information or to buy tickets click here.

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