Natalie Joy Johnson, PJ Griffith, Matt Hetherington and the Romanova Dancers put their stock in Bond as they whirl through theme songs originally performed by Shirley Bassey, Adele, Tom Jones, Wings, Chris Cornell and more. (Dare we hope for a little A-ha and Sheena Easton?) Doors open an hour before showtime for an interactive Bond-inspired lounge party.
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A really fun, semi-immersive experience in which the performers approached their roles with gusto and enthusiasm. The singing was top notch, the jokes were amusing and the characters were highly representative of what one would expect to find in Bond: a super spy, a deadly love rival, a Russian femme fatale and gorgeous dancers (from the opening sequences). Drinks were pretty good, if slightly on the pricey side, as was to be expected. The food was a little sub-par but, again, no surprises there. A fun night out. I'd recommend getting the VIP ticket as the better seating and enhanced cast interaction definitely turned up the fun factor.
Fun show. Had a friend invite me and had little knowledge of James Bond. Left the show knowing more songs that I let on. The actors were committed, hilarious and each performance is nuanced and heightened. I will be back!
Fun "James Bond meets Peggy Lee in a deadly lounge" kind of show. There are sexy women, sexy men (well, one), a killer band, and audience participation. Come for the show, stay for the secret attache case full of Russian submarine plans.
Just OK. The women singers are good but the rest of the act is just mediocre. Also, the service at the venue is abysmally poor and slow.