James Bond fans can get their fix at Everyman Cinema with a showcase of images and movie stills celebrating the film icon.
The Crossrail Place venue will unveil The Name’s Bond - an exhibition crammed with previously unseen screen shot and behind the scenes glimpses of life on set - to the public on October 7.
It will whet fans’ appetite before they head into the luxury cinema to watch the 24th installment of the Bond franchise, Spectre, released on October 26.
Everyman Cinema’s Hoss Ghonouie said: “From car chases and casinos to Vespers and villains, James Bond holds a place in British film culture like no other. It has been such a joy delving into Getty’s vast image archives to compile a collection that charts the ascent of James Bond over the last 50 years into a central feature of British iconography.”
The free event will remain open until the end of November
Meanwhile, to celebrate the release of Spectre, Everyman is also hosting a champagne reception fit for a secret agent on October 26.
There will be live music in the bar for guests to enjoy before the latest instalment of the franchise is revealed.
Tickets to the Bond premier night experience are cost £35 and include food and a glass of champagne or a choice of cocktail.
Screening times are 7.45pm, 8pm and 8.15pm.
Entrance to The Name’s Bond exhibition is free.