The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra will perform Skyfall in Concert in a special event timed to coincide with James Bond return to the big screen in April 2020 with Bond 25.
Daniel Craig plays the legendary secret agent in the franchise's most successful film to date, with the MSO performing Thomas Newman's award-winning score live to picture.
The 2012 film, directed by Sam Mendes, pits 007 against one of his most formidable foes, the ruthless cyberterrorist and former M16 agent Silva (Javier Bardem).
The action begins when a hard drive containing the identities of every undercover British agent is stolen. Bond's mission to recover the stolen drive takes him from a thrilling chase across the rooftops of Istanbul to the violent underworld of Macau, and ultimately to the streets of London and the very heart of MI6 itself. As the stakes grow higher, his pursuit of the villainous Silva leads to an epic showdown at Skyfall Lodge, Bond's remote family estate in the Scottish highlands.
Judi Dench returns once again as the steadfast M, and Skyfall reintroduces two familiar and beloved Bond characters: the ingenious quartermaster Q (Ben Whishaw), and the charming and resourceful Eve Moneypenny (Naomie Harris).
Skyfall in Concert will be performed live to picture by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra at Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne on 3 and 4 April 2020 at 7.30pm. Skyfall is rated M.
Skyfall in Concert
3 and 4 April 2020 at 7.30pm
Hamer Hall, Arts Centre Melbourne
Tickets on sale at 10am Wednesday 10 July from mso.com.au