A new James Bond Exhibition is coming to Great Britain in order to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the James Bond cinematic series. The exhibition will be held at the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television in conjunction with Eon Productions.
As a part of the exhibition visitors will be able to see original props from the Bond films including Oddjob's bowler hat, Jaws' menacing teeth and Rosa Klebb's lethal shoe. Also up for show will be items from behind the scenes including concept drawings, storyboards and costume designs from all the movies.
Visitors will also be able to take a step into M's office, the exhibitions website indicating that the original office will be replicated. Also, there's an indication that Q Branch will be replicated and displaying gadgets such as the Acrostar jet and the Hasselblad Signature Gun.
TO BOOK IN ADVANCE CALL 01274 202030
Groups and schools booking line 01274 202040.
Bond, James Bond will be on show at the Science Museum, London, 22 October 2002 – 22 April 2003
23 March – 1 September 2002
10.00am – 6.00pm Tuesday – Sunday, and Mondays during Bank and main school holidays.
Full price £6; concessions £4; children under 5 free (max 2 per paying adult).
Gift vouchers, special group rates and season tickets available.
National Museum of Photography, Film & Television
Bradford, West Yorkshire BD1 1NQ
Tel +44 (0)1274 20 20 30
Fax +44 (0)1274 72 31 55
As stated the exhibition opens March 23. After its closing date on September 1 the exhibition will apparently move to a London location. And you can be sure that CommanderBond.net will have continuing reports on the event!
Thanks to Jordan Charter for the news!