Cabaret evening at Framlingham College brings James Bond to life

Amelia Marsh kicks-off the James Bond cabaret evening at Framlingham College in spectacular style wi

Amelia Marsh kicks-off the James Bond cabaret evening at Framlingham College in spectacular style with Licence to Kill - Credit: Archant

James Bond made an appearance in Suffolk recently as Framlingham College held its annual cabaret evening before a large and appreciative audience.

The concert was held in the Headmaster Porter Theatre on March 10 and 11, and featured a number of the popular Bond theme songs being performed by a succession of talented singers, accompanied by a session band and small orchestra.

Performances on the night included Nobody Does it Better, Skyfall, Writing’s on the Wall, Diamonds are Forever and Live and Let Die, many arranged by acting director of music, Dominic Nunn. He said: “The effort and determination that all the students put into their performances, alongside the top quality sound and lighting, really made this a night to remember.”


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