Recommended: New Year’s Eve at Canvas
Resourceful, classy, sassy, sexy as hell – James Bond is an iconic figure in literature AND on the silver screen. He is also the inspiration for Canvas’s New Year’s Eve spectacular, where a band will play your favourite Bond themes to get you in the mood for the midnight countdown.
Tickets are now on sale via this link and you’d best be quick. Last year’s New Year’s party at Canvas was a sellout just months after the venue opened. Now it has established itself as the best live music venue in town, there will be even more of a demand for tickets. So buy today to avoid disappointment.
As well as live music, you can expect the usual carefully crafted cocktails, a stunning wine list, lots of bubbly and sharing platters if you are feeling peckish. And of course, the customer service at Canvas is fantastic, which adds to the festive atmosphere. Cocktails may be shaken or stirred.
What’s more, the Bond theme gives you a great excuse to get dressed up to the nines. Think tuxedos, sharp suits, Bond-girl style party dresses and maybe a bit of sparkle, too.
James Bond may have been around for a long time but he is as popular as ever.
Skyfall, the 23rd James Bond film, was a worldwide box office phenomenon, hitting number one in 70 territories around the world, taking over $1.1billion worldwide and setting a new all-time box office record in the UK by becoming the first film to take over £100million.
Promotional partners returning to the Bond franchise include Aston Martin, Bollinger, Heineken, Jaguar Land Rover, Omega, Sony Electronics, and Sony Mobile.
Daniel Craig may be hanging up his bow tie but the ‘shortlist’ of actors poised to take over reads like a Who’s Who of Hollywood. The eight ‘favourite’ actors rumoured to take over from Craig include Idris Elba and Tom Hiddleston; also Michael Fassbender, and Welshman Luke Evans. Charlie Hunnam is also said to be on the shortlist, along with Poldark’s Aidan Turner. James Norton and Jamie Bell are also being considered. Englishman Bell is best known as Billy Elliot, which came out in 2000. Will Billy be the best Bond?
An insider told The Sun: “To get anyone to take over from Daniel will be a tough job. There will be a lot of trepidation about a new Bond, but Idris’ talent and proven appeal gives executives a lot of heart.
“Idris may be a little older than the other candidates but he looks like he is still in his 30s.”
New Year’s Eve at Canvas will be the perfect time to debate the above with your friends; then hit the dance floor and see in 2017 in style.
Buy tickets now on the website or contact Dawn on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01202 556113.
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