Over 350 people attended Cancer Support Scotland’s glitzy charity premiere of James Bond’s Skyfall.
Bond fans were treated to a Bond-themed evening of glamour and entertainment at Kilmarnock’s Odeon cinema.
After being greeted by Aston Martins, the guests strolled down the red carpet lined with paparazzi, and into the foyer where they were welcomed with a refreshing drink.
Beforehand, Heather Suttie hosted the entertaining evening, with Bond-style music from Centrestage.
Stylish ladies and gentlemen spent the evening marvelling at the magicians, ‘Bond girls’, fire dancers, raffle prizes and catching glimpse of the Bond look-a-like.
The event managed to raise over £5000 on the night and all of the proceeds will go to helping people affected by cancer, their friends and carers.
Chief executive of Cancer Support Scotland, Colin Graham said it was a marvellous evening.
“I’d like to thank everybody involved for making such an effort, and for giving so generously to Cancer Support Scotland – you really dug deep into your pockets tonight.”
Heather Suttie, presenter of the event, said: “What a great night! We had an evening of Bond-filled fun and then got to see Skyfall before anybody else.”