James Bond Concert Spectacular at New Theatre, Peterborough

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James Bond Concert Spectacular at New Theatre, Peterborough

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Q The Music’s James Bond Concert Spectacular is the world’s most critically acclaimed tribute to the music of James Bond.

Formed in 2004 as the world’s first dedicated tribute to the music of 007, they have become known for their stirring emotional and adrenaline-fueled performances, mixed in with superb musicianship and flair. Every Bond fan club around the world recognises them as the finest performances of the songs since the originals.


Some of the most notable praise has come from hugely influential Bond related stars including:

Bond Composer David Arnold: “They do a phenomenal job”

Former James Bond George Lazenby: “They did John Barry proud”

Sir Roger Moore’s Office (following his Memorial): “They helped make a wonderful day an extraordinary day”

Steven Saltzman (son of legendary Bond producer Harry Saltzman): “You did my Dad proud”

Even The Times national newspaper raved about their performance in a 4-star review of their West End debut: “It’s hard to imagine this music being served better. Simply stunning.”

The show has become synonymous with top events around the world when it comes to James Bond. In 2017 they were asked to perform at Sir Roger Moore’s official memorial event at Pinewood Studios. In 2019 they performed at an event with George Lazenby: the 50thanniversary event for On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, held at Piz Gloria in the Swiss Alps.

The show features all the Bond songs such as Goldfinger, Diamonds Are Forever, Live and Let Die and Nobody Does It Better performed by musicians taken from the UK’s leading orchestras, sessions and shows. Caroline Bliss, who played Moneypenny in The Living Daylights and Licence To Kill, will guide you through the concert as compere, sharing the odd anecdote about her time working in this legendary series.

With stunning singing, exquisite musicianship, an informative compere, and a show full of iconic tunes, it really is a night guaranteed of the highest quality. Don’t miss it.

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