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ONLINE EVENT, United Kingdon

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We are about to launch Chronicle Two in THE CHRONICLES OF ATOM & LUNA - and this one is an AR game - otherwise known as Augmented Reality.

And as a mailing list member, we'd love you to be the first to have a go.  So join us for an introduction to the project with Murray Lachlan Young and director Nina Hajiyianni on Wednesday 27 January at 7pm.  

We'll show you how to download the game and give you a chance to play it yourselves before we return for an informal Q&A with Murray, Nina and other members of the team.  

Here is a little more info about Chronicle Two, Atom & Luna  - The Quest for Old Mother Redbeard - An interactive fairy tale in AR.

Atom & Luna need your help. Follow the map through the magical forest to find Old Mother Redbeard's Cottage and help her set the children free.

Of course ' Quest for Old Mother Redbeard' is just one element of THE CHRONICLES OF ATOM & LUNA, our epic story which brings to life the magical world of Atom and Luna across a range of forms.

The story centres around our heroes 11-year-old twins Atom & Luna who are left home alone in the care of their magical child minder, Iffly Sney. But when Iffly falls terribly ill, only the twins can save him by seeking out the mysterious Old Mother Redbeard in the heart of a magical forest. It is a journey which will change their lives forever.

Visit to find out more about how the story is evolving.

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United Kingdon

Written and performed by Murray Lachlan Young
AR animation and design by MBD Ltd
Music by Paul Hartnoll
Creative Direction by Nina Hajiyianni
Atom & Luna Illustrations by Bek Palmer
Produced by Matthew Linley on behalf of Funnelwick Limb Ltd
Commissioned by The Space with additional support with funds from the National Lottery via Arts Council England.

If you require BSL interpretation please join our launch on Thursday 28th January where we will be joined by our BSL interpretor Kate Labno



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