Former Bond star Roger Moore spends an evening in Milton Keynes

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The iconic film star Sir Roger Moore, best known for playing James Bond, will stop off at Milton Keynes Theatre as part of a national tour.

In An Evening With Sir Roger Moore, the star will be discussing his life and career, complete with inside stories and exclusive anecdotes ranging from his internationally-renowned TV series The Saint and The Persuaders, through to Hollywood blockbusters and, of course, the 007 films, in which he starred as James Bond between 1973 and 1985.

Roger said: “About 10 or 11 years ago I played Milton Keynes with The Play What I Wrote – though I didn’t write it, it was called that you see. I remember the wonderful, warm audience and do hope they’ll all come back (with their friends) to see this old English actor again.”

Gareth Owen, who is an author of nine books and has worked with Roger on his autobiography My Word Is My Bond and Bond On Bond, can be seen interviewing the star.

Gareth has interviewed Roger previously at the BFI Southbank, the Barbican Centre and at UNICEF fundraisers.

The show will take place on Wednesday at 7.30pm. Tickets cost £28.90. To book, visit