Bo’ness cinema has licence to thrill

The Hippodrome in Bo'ness has teamed up with the Bo'ness Motor Museum
The Hippodrome in Bo'ness has teamed up with the Bo'ness Motor Museum
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Local Bond fans are in for a treat as anyone who goes to see new film Spectre at the Hippodrome in Bo’ness will have the chance to see a real life Bond car up close and personal.

The film is coming to the Bo’ness pictures on Friday, November 27 and with a valid ticket, cinema goers will gain two for one entry to Bo’ness Motor Museum which is home to James Bond’s BMW 750 from the Tomorrow Never Dies film.

The iconic film collection is just as famous for its cars as the womanising MI6 officer at the centre of each action-packed movie.

Spectre sees James Bond head on a mission to Mexico City and eventually Rome, where he meets the beautiful Bond girl Lucia. He infiltrates the sinister organisation Spectre and so the story unfolds.

Daniel Craig plays Bond in Spectre, but it was Pierce Brosnan who played the infamous spy in Tomorrow Never Dies.

The film was released in 1997 and features the same car which is on display at Bo’ness Motor Museum.

There is also a collection of Bond memorabilia and a Miss Moneypenny’s Diner to get the true Bond experience after catching the latest movie.

To find out more about the Bo’ness Motor Museum visit motor-museum.bo-ness.org.uk.

For more information about the special offer or to book tickets visit www.falkirk
communitytrust.org/venues/hippodrome or call (01324) 506 850.