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Some 125 Aston Martins arrived for a showing of the new James Bond film Spectre at No 6 Cinema at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
Some 125 Aston Martins arrived for a showing of the new James Bond film Spectre at No 6 Cinema at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard
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MORE than 100 Aston Martins arrived in Portsmouth’s historic dockyard for a screening of the new James Bond film.

A total of 125 Aston Martins were in the dockyard for the screening of Spectre.

The dockyard was lit up with a Bond-themed projection, with a red carpet leading visitors inside to the first floor for a champagne reception.

Spectre, which premiered on Monday night around the UK at a screening attended by celebrities and royalty in London, was shown at No. 6 Cinema shortly after.

Kerry Jarvie, general manager for Action Stations, said: ‘Action Stations looked amazing in Bond-themed lights and it was such a joy to welcome all of the Aston Martins into Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.’

Chief executive of Portsmouth Naval Base Property Trust, Peter Goodship, said: ‘The lights on the Actions Stations building were incredible and it was a real sight to see all of those Aston Martins parked up next to the red carpet.’