Concert set to celebrate the music of James Bond
- Credit: Mark Bullimore
It will be a case of shaken not stirred as James Bond is the theme of a concert set to take to the stage in the grounds of Taverham Hall, near Norwich, next year.
Norwich-based promoters Outside Live - who in the summer presented the John Williams' Soundtrack Spectacular with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra at the same venue - are next July bringing the sounds of 007 to Taverham Hall.
The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra will be returning on Saturday, July 29 to perform Bond, an open air concert featuring hits from films including Goldfinger, Casino Royal, From Russia With Love, Diamonds Are Forever, Skyfall, Spectre and more. Joining the musicians on stage will be vocalists Mary Carewe and Graham Bickley.
'We are excited to be bringing the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra back to Norwich,' said Ollie George, director of Outside Live.
'There is always a buzz at these events. Hearing the orchestra is always thrilling, and when you add the iconic Bond music to that it intensifies it even more...the sound of 007 is instantly recognisable, immediately thrilling and always indelible.'
Jon Carnall, event manager at Outside Live, said: 'The Music of Bond show was first performed at the Royal Albert Hall in 2010, it really is a production like no other. Our Soundtrack Spectacular earlier this year was a huge success, however the Bond programme will take our outdoor concerts to a new level.'
Bond with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra is on Saturday, July 29 at Taverham Hall. Tickets £45-£55. To book, visit www.outsidelive.co.uk or call 01603 310999.
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Outside Live is also planning a second open air concert on Friday, July 28 2017 at Taverham Hall, with the performers still to be announced.
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