Hello Misty Mooners!🌙
Hope you are all well and have been coping during these very strange times!
Those of you that follow us on social media, would have seen that Misty Moon has still been going strong in the form of online events. We desperately miss being at the beloved Cinema Museum in Kennington, London and having fun times at The Phoenix Arts Club, in the west end, (plus other venues and collaborations we are involved in) but in the meantime, we are really enjoying this new avenue for Misty Moon. Thanks for all your support so far in attending the events and from our technical support Martin Rudman
- Online events so far have included two The Bill Reunions
- Friday 13th’s Deborah Voorhees,
- writer and film director Abigail Blackmore (Tales of the Lodge)
- actress and Ken Russell’s wife Lisi Tribble
- Crime writer and actor David Barry
- Film director Emma Dark and actor Alan Austen
- The Fenn Street Reunion with Carol Hawkins, Peter Cleall and David Barry
- Sandy Johnson from the original 1978 Halloween 🎃 (first uk appearance)
- Actor Ian Ogilvy – The Return of the Saint, Witchfinder General
Next up, Saturday 22nd August, 4pm GMT, Misty Moon’s third Bill Reunion, with actors Graham Cole OBE, Ashley Gunstock and Victor Gallucci.
Tickets available, click on the link https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_lKAmjvGTReqk3_kkbNahmA
Saturday 29th August 8pm, GMT, Diane Franklin ( Amityville 2, Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventures, Last American Virgin) returns to Misty Moon to chat about her career and autobiography.
For tickets, click on the link
Looking forward to seeing some of you Misty Mooners there!
Keep an eye out for online events coming up in September at Misty Moon, on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram pages 🌙⭐️✨
Plus, look out for a very exciting project that we have been working on over the last few weeks, brought to you by Misty Moon 🌙
Lots of love and Misty Moon sparkle dust
Stuart and Jen X
Diane Franklin in Amityville 2: The Possession
Misty Moon is honored to produce a gig with one of Britain’s best loved actors Ian Ogilvy. An Evening With Ian Ogilvy will be at The Cinema Museum on Saturday the 7th April 2018. Ian will be joined on stage by Misty Moon’s MC Linda Regan for an in depth Q&A. After the Q&A Ian will meet the audience and take part in a paid signing. Tickets are extremely limited for this unique and rare event and can be brought in advance from https://billetto.co.uk/e/misty-moon-presents-an-evening-with-ian-ogilvy-tickets-261244
For a generation of television audiences, Ian Ogilvy is The Saint.
Born in 1943, to theatrical parents – and with relatives who were
active in the Intelligence Services during World War II – he had a privileged
and occasionally odd childhood.
After attending RADA in the early 1960‘s, he went on to play leading
roles in countless television programs, including iconic series like I,
Claudius, and Upstairs Downstairs. Others (and they really are too
numerous to mention) include Miss Marple, Tom Dick & Harriet, Murder
She Wrote, Murphy Brown, Caroline In The City, Diagnosis Murder and
Early Edition. He played leading roles in London’s West End, in such plays
as Design For Living, Three Sisters, Happy Family, The Common Pursuit,
Rookery Nook, The Waltz Of The Toreadors, The Millionairess, Sleuth, Stage
Struck and Run For Your Wife. In Los Angeles, he has appeared in Sleuth,
Present Laughter, My Fair Lady and Love! Valour! Compassion! His many
films include Death Becomes Her (with Meryl Streep and Goldie Hawn),
Witchfinder General, Wuthering Heights, Waterloo, The Sorcerers, We Still
Kill The Old Way, We Still Steal The Old Way and others. He has a TV Times
Award, three Los Angeles Dramalogue Awards, a Los Angeles Times Critics’
Circle Award and was nominated for an Ovation Award.
Ian has written two novels – Loose Chippings and The Polkerton
Giant . He has also published a play, A Slight Hangover. His latest venture is
writing children’s books. Measle And The Wrathmonk, Measle And The
Dragodon, Measle And The Mallockee, Measle And The Slitherghoul and
Measle And The Doompit have been translated into about 15 languages and
are published all over the world.
Ian’s autobiography – Once A Saint – was published last year. The
Daily Mail called it, “A wickedly entertaining new memoir.”