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Wednesday, 5 October 2016

Animarum - Royal Hippodrome Theatre, Eastbourne

On Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd of October 2016 Acting Moon Events will be presenting Animarum at the Royal Hippodrome Theatre in Eastbourne.

Based on the classic 16th century play 'A Trilogia das Barcas' (The Trilogy of Ships) by Gil Vicente, Animarum is a thrilling performance of gymnastics and aerial acrobatics combined with a thundering musical score.

Below are some photographs of a previous production 'Deadly Sins' at the Underground Theatre in Eastbourne which left the audience thrilled!

Animarum is the biggest and most stunning production to date and tickets are available from the Royal Hippodrome Theatre by following this link:

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If you want to see something completely different you really shouldn't miss Animarum, you will be amazed!

Tuesday, 4 October 2016

Halloween Horror Bunny

This was a really interesting and fun Halloween shoot from a couple of weeks ago at Dungeness in Kent, which is one of the bleakest looking places in the south-east, but also one of my favourites.

We started the shoot an hour or so before sunset and this got us a bit of an audience obviously, including a couple of policemen doing a slow drive by.  Most of the shoot took place after dark though and although I'm not much of a one for health and safety it does have to be planned fairly carefully at somewhere like this due to the tangles of netting, ropes, and abandoned machinery all over the place, before you add in bags, equipment, lightstands, etc.

When she's not in costume Amy Hunnisett does a pretty good impression of a post-apocalyptic mutant bunny hunter:

Although things look rather different when she's dressed up:

Ed Cuming plays the part of one of the many unfortunates to meet their miserable and sticky end at the hands of our furry flop-eared fiend:

I hope you are all looking forward to a suitably spooky Halloween, just be careful, you never know what's really lurking out there...