BBC Big Band: The Music of James Bond … and Beyond!Music at Storyhouse Running from
Next event: Sunday 18 October at 7.30pm
- Storyhouse Theatre
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BBC Big Band: The Music of James Bond… and Beyond! has been postponed until Sunday 18 October. We will be contacting all bookers as soon as possible with your options.
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The internationally acclaimed BBC Big Band are joined by special guest vocalists, Emer McParland and Iain Mackenzie, to celebrate the music of the world’s most iconic movie franchise, James Bond.
The concert features classic numbers including ‘Diamonds are Forever‘, ‘Thunderball‘, ‘We Have All The Time In The World’, ‘View to a Kill‘, ‘Goldfinger‘ and (of course!) John Barry’s iconic ‘James Bond theme’ ; alongside a selection more contemporary numbers from the James Bond library including Adele’s incredible ‘Skyfall’ … all performed in the BBC Big Band’s own inimitable style. Also included are a sprinkling of numbers inspired by the film genre, from the likes of Mission Impossible and Austin Powers, to name just a few.
Don’t miss this unique concert, celebrating the very best of James Bond (and beyond) – performed by one of world’s finest jazz orchestras.
|Sunday 18 October||7.30pm||Storyhouse Theatre||Tickets from £27.50||Book now|
A wonderful band!Tony Bennett
They brilliantly continue the tradition of Big Band music. As such they are important, as well as marvellous!Michael Parkinson
World-class musicians … a brilliant musical forceThe Telegraph