AS Daniel Craigs' last movie in the role of James Bond will finally be seen by the world tomorrow, the Echo looks back at a local 007-themed event from 2006 – the same year he made his debut in Casino Royale.

Broadlands played host to Live and Let Die, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra’s James Bond spectacular outdoor picnic concert on August 11, 2006.

Partygoers were dressed to the nines for the occasion, which included a chance to bring a bottle of bubbly and enjoy a picnic in the beautiful grounds of the home of Lord and Lady Brabourne.

There were prizes for the most dapper 007s and the most beautiful Bond girls, while car fanatics were treated to a display of some of the flash motors used in the films.

Members of the BSO were joined by three singing stars from the West End and a troupe of dancing girls to perform Bond hits such as Goldfinger, Diamonds Are Forever, Nobody Does it Better and For Your Eyes Only.

Under the baton of film and TV conductor Nic Raine, the orchestra welcomed Kerry Ellis and Chris Holland to the stage.

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Like all the best Bond movies the event ended in spectacular style as more than 1,000 fireworks were let off.

No Time To Die is available to watch in cinemas from tomorrow.

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