Head to the West End Centre in Aldershot and witness a bizarre parody where James Bond meets his author Ian Fleming
An hilarious spoof of the world’s most famous spy will leave audiences both shaken and stirred at Aldershot’s West End Centre on Thursday January 23 at 8pm.
Described as ‘Austin Powers meets Scooby Doo’, Bond! An Unauthorised Parody is a fast-paced, live-action cartoon adventure in which James Bond meets his greatest arch-villain yet – author Ian Fleming!
Annoyed that 007 is now more famous than his creator, Fleming attempts to kill off Bond and blow-up Hollywood in the process. Exploding every cliché in the book(s), Bond meets his maker courtesy of a time machine and the smallest car chase in history, all of it devised by Company Gavin Robertson.
Robertson himself performs this one-man show which also features Q, Moneypenny, Felix Leiter, a French sidekick and, of course, a gorgeous Bond girl.
With minimal props and maximum effect, and featuring original music by Danny Bright, Robertson creates a brilliant piece of physical theatre that is perfect for fans of The 39 Steps, Spymonkey and Peepolykus.
The company have toured the world from Senegal and the Lebanon to Russia and the United States of America.
Past productions include Thunderbirds FAB (an acclaimed Gerry Anderson spoof), Spittoon (a comedic homage to the Spaghetti Western) and 2010 A Space Oddity (an overly-dramatic parody of every space movie ever made).
Tickets are £12 full and £10 concessions.