Casino Royale will be screened for the first time with the score performed live by a full symphony orchestra at the Hall this autumn.
This will be the first time an entire Bond score has ever officially been performed live, as the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra conducted by Gavin Greenaway play David Arnold’s powerful score in sync with the film on the big screen.
David Arnold himself, who has scored five Bond films, will be here to discuss his collaboration with the 007 franchise in an on-stage question and answer session before the screenings.
Casino Royale, directed by Martin Campbell, is the 21st Bond film in the series, and the first starring Daniel Craig, with an international cast that includes Eva Green, Mads Mikkelsen, Jeffrey Wright and Dame Judi Dench.
‘It’s nearly impossible to verbalise how amazing the live experience is’
Huffington Post, on Gladiator Live
- Running time approx. 145 minutes, plus one interval (25 minutes)
- Film is rated certificate 12
- 007-inspired dress code optional!
There will be three screenings of Casino Royale in Concert:
Saturday 30 September, 2:30pm
Saturday 30 September, 7:30pm
Sunday 1 October, 1:30pm
|Auditorium doors and boxes open||12:45pm||1:45pm||6:45pm|
|Q&A with composer David Arnold||1:30pm||2:30pm||7:30pm|
|Casino Royale in Concert||2:05pm||3:05pm||8:05pm|
There will be one 25 minute interval during the film