For audience members’ eyes only, No Time to Die, the 25th instalment of the James Bond franchise, will be showing from Spalding with love next month as it comes to the South Holland Centre, just two weeks after its international premiere.
The long-awaited film, which has had its release delayed three times due to the pandemic, will be screening at the Centre from Friday to Thursday October 15-21, with screenings at 2pm and 7pm on each day.
A South Holland District Council spokesman said: “Part of the council’s commitment to improving the offering and visitor experience at the centre is to have major films showing as close to their premiere as possible.
“As well as the latest 007 thriller, the new Marvel film, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, will be screening from September 29, having been released earlier this month.
“October also sees the return of live events to the South Holland Centre, including comedian Omid Djalili’s new tour, which has just a handful of tickets remaining, and the opening of a new Italian restaurant and a Platter & Pour ‘grazing boards and cocktails’ daytime service, led by local businessman Adam Noble.”
Coun Gary Taylor, portfolio holder for communities and facilities, said: “It’s great to see exciting blockbusters like No
Time to Die returning to cinemas again following the pandemic, and I am delighted that we are able to bring Bond to South Holland so soon after its scheduled release.
“This is an exciting time for the South Holland Centre with our new restaurant, the latest film releases and the return of live shows, and I would encourage everyone to come along and enjoy it for themselves.
“We want to provide the best experience possible for our visitors, and we cannot do it without your continued support.”
To see what’s on at the South Holland Centre visit www.southhollandcentre.co.uk/whats-on.
Tickets for No Time to Die are available at https://www.southhollandcentre.co.uk/whats-on/view/no-time-to-di