Sir Roger Moore to put in an appearance at the Henley Festival|
It has been announced that the ex-007 star, Sir Roger Moore, will be attending a Bond-themed gala night, organised as part of the Henley Festival.
“James Bond has played a major part of my life and I can’t imagine a more appropriately British location for a celebration of Ian Fleming’s character,” said Moore.
A concert, Shaken & Stirred, will be held on July 13, wherein the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra will offer up an array of Bond theme favourites.
The black tie event will feature music from the movies, West End singers, James Bond-style stunts, a guest star presenter and dancers from BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing.
“We are proud to play host to some of the most globally recognised artists at our party and look forward to seeing people there,” said festival director Gill Mitchell.
Tickets are available from henley-festival.co.uk
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