If you are a James Bond fan, or know someone who is, then September 30th when the new 007 film hits cinemas is probably already marked in your calendars. 

Here are three ways to step back from reality and celebrate the 25th James Bond film ‘No Time To Die’ coming out in cinema’s a week today. 

1) Visit the ‘The Original Bond Artist’ exhibition at Salisbury Museum 

Salisbury Journal:

Salisbury Museum is holding an exhibition celebrating the work of the original James Bond book cover illustrator, Richard Chopping, to celebrate the release of the 25th 007 film. 

It will be running until Sunday October 3rd. 

Find out more here

READ: James Bond Exhibition heading to Salisbury Museum

2) See it first at Salisbury Odeon’s midnight screening

On September 29th you can be among the first to watch No Time To Die in the cinema by heading to the midnight screening. 

The film will start at one minute past midnight and at the time of writing there are still quite a few seats left.

Find out more here

James Bond's release is highly anticipated by cinemas to help the struggling industry.


3) Immerse yourself at the charity gala screening of ‘No Time to Die’ 

Salisbury Journal:

Regional charity Moore’s South Salisbury office are holding a charity gala screening of the bond film on its opening night, September 30th.

The event is black tie, £85 per person, and will raise money for the Salisbury District hospital charity which creates a more positive hospital experience, The Stars Appeal. 

Find out more here

Read: No Time to Die regional charity gala screening in Salisbury

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