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The James Bond Concert Spectacular

The James Bond Concert Spectacular

The popular Q The Music Show is coming to the Lichfield Garrick Theatre and they will be bringing the fabulous and iconic music of James Bond to you in a stunning concert.  This show has been a huge success all around the world with its energetic and exciting performance by some of the UK’s leading musicians. The show will be compered by the lovely Madeline Smith who played Miss Caruso in Live And Let Die.

Featuring all the songs from the 007 movies, you can hear the greats like Goldfinger, Diamonds Are Forever, Skyfall, Thunderball, Live And Let Die, Goldeneye and Licence To Kill amongst all the others.  With top musicians and an informative compere – who appeared in the films herself, this show has everything you could want for a fabulous night out – and one that you will be talking about for years to come.

Formed in 2004, Q The Music Show have established a worldwide reputation for their authentic covers, orchestral sound and fabulous hair-raising vocalists. The show has been popular abroad at events in Monte Carlo, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, Guernsey, Prague and many others. In 2019, the show made its debut on the West End, selling out the Adelphi Theatre and receiving critical acclaim in The Times.

In 2017 they were asked to perform at Sir Roger Moore’s official memorial event in front of Royalty and the who’s who of the British film industry including Sir Michael Caine, Dame Joan Collins and David Walliams.

Don’t miss this superb evening as Nobody Does It Better!

Duration: 150

  • Fri 24 Apr 2020 7:30 PM £26
PERFORMANCES:
Fri 24 Apr 2020
PRICES:

£26



  • When our thoughts turned to Sir Roger Moore's Memorial event at Pinewood Studios, one of our first calls was to Q The Music. They helped make a wonderful day an extraordinary day.
    Sir Roger Moore's office


  • This band are simply stunning. It's hard to imagine this music being served better
    The Times


  • They did John Barry proud
    George Lazenby


  • A fabulously entertaining evening. The James Bond Concert Spectacular lived up to its name in every regard.
    007 Magazine