James Bond 2019: Casino Royale Secret Cinema and Skyfall in Concert at Royal Albert Hall

Next March Craig starts shooting his fifth and final movie for a February 2020 cinematic debut. Sadly the release date of Bond 25 was pushed back from October 2019 after Danny Boyle left the film as director. However, there are two big events for Bond fans who are missing Craig’s 007 next year regardless. Secret Cinema’s 2019 experience will be Casino Royale, while Skyfall in Concert is being performed at the Royal Albert Hall.

Announced this morning, Secret Cinema’s Bond experience around Craig’s first outing as 007 will open on May 29th and run throughout the summer.

A statement from Secret Cinema read: “A secret London location will be transformed into the glamorous and action-packed world of the iconic British spy. Blurring the lines between fiction and reality, the experience will bring-to-life awe-inspiring scenes and locations.

“Secret Cinema Presents Casino Royale will see audience members recruited as part of Operation Wild Card.

“New recruits will join either Q Branch or M Branch. Prior to their mission, they will receive an alias, dress code and training suggestions to help them prepare for a night of high stakes, sophistication and deception. Do you have what it takes?”

Tickets, priced between £40-175 plus booking fees, for Secret Cinema Presents Casino Royale will go on sale at 12pm GMT on Thursday, December 6th.

The experience will run between Wednesday-Sunday each week and tickets can be booked here.

But wonderfully for Bond fans, when that’s finished there’s Skyfall in Concert at the Royal Albert Hall happening in October.

It’s the second film to be presented in the James Bond Concert series after the world premiere of Casino Royale in Concert last year.

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