SKIPTON'S Plaza Cinema will be showing the latest James Bond film, No Time To Die, from Thursday, September 30.

The 25th instalment of 007 - and the last outing by Daviel Craig as Bond - sees a retired Bond enlisted to save a kidnapped scientist, with treacherous twists and turns Bond finds himself, once again, trying to save the world from a mysterious villain who is armed with new, dangerous technology.

Plaza owner Charles Morris said: “No Time to Die couldn’t come at a better time for the Plaza. Following the pandemic audience figures have dropped, due to safety fears, streaming services and films going straight to on-demand. The release of No Time to Die, directly to the theatres has seen a boost to our ticket numbers and we are thrilled and excited to welcome back those that have perhaps been a little hesitant, to the cinema experience with a fantastic film such as Bond.”

With several screenings a day, No Time to Die will be available to suit most schedules. Times and tickets can be found at