Spectre-cular night as Bond premiere hits Kettering cinema

Guests to the premiere were welcomed with an Aston Martin DB5, which was parked outside the cinema.
Guests to the premiere were welcomed with an Aston Martin DB5, which was parked outside the cinema.

The new Bond film Spectre landed with a bang on its opening night at the Odeon cinema in Kettering with guests being treated to 007 theme entertainment.

The cinema parked an Aston Martin DB5 outside the front of the cinema, courtesy of Olney-based specialist dealer DJ Smail, to get guests into the mood before they walked up the red carpet into the cinema.

Once inside, the audience were treated to a fantastic Bond-themed performance of song and dance from students of Kettering’s Starlight Dance and Musical Theatre School.

The team from the Odeon joined in the opening night fun, dressing up as James Bond himself, Bond girls and famous Bond villains from the history of the enduring franchise.

Odeon General Manager, Kenny Simmons, said “James Bond is a character close to everybody’s hearts, so we wanted to make the opening night as special as we could for our guests. As a cinema, we want to transport imaginations and make the experience unforgettable from the beginning of the visit to the end. It was great to see so many of the team dress up and the guests seemed to really appreciate the effort.”