JAMES Bond is coming to the aid of Keighley’s Picture House.

Daniel Craig’s final outing as 007 hits the big screen on Thursday (September 30).

And the Picture House, in North Street, is hoping the film – No Time to Die – will provide the boost needed after a hugely-difficult period due to the pandemic.

Tickets have been selling fast for the screenings.

Charles Morris, the cinema’s owner, said: “No Time to Die couldn’t come at a better time for the Picture House.

“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 cinemas, has seen a boost to our ticket numbers.

“We are thrilled and excited to welcome back to the cinema experience, with a fantastic film such as Bond, those who have perhaps been a little hesitant.”

There are several screenings a day.

For details of times and tickets, visit nm-cinemas.co.uk.