Peppe Iovino hit the streets at the weekend to snap these photos of Cardiffians in some pretty scary fancy dress. Were you out there?! (Don’t) Hug me, I’m scared …
See the full set of photos here on Facebook: Halloween revellers by Peppe Iovino
Other Halloween content:
Did you hear our Halloween radio show? Listen below!
Also read about our investigation into Cardiff Royal Infirmary …
About the photographer: Peppe Iovino is a Photojournalism student studying at the University of South Wales, based in Cardiff. He was born in Naples, Italy and is very passionate about the storytelling power of photography. He has lived in many different European cities, but now has come to Cardiff to commit to study in the field he loves. You can find Peppe’s other works on his Twitter @PeppePhotoJ_USW.
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The SAFE Foundation is hosting a Halloween Party at The Wharf Pub in Cardiff, CF10 4EU.
The event is being held on Friday 31 October 2014, doors open at 7.30pm. You’d do well to go there and celebrate – after listening to the We Are Cardiff Halloween radio show on Radio Cardiff (98.7FM) from 6-7pm, of course…
The SAFE Foundation is a registered charity based in Cardiff, working all over the world to give people access to basic human rights like education and healthcare. The upcoming Halloween party is the next event in SAFE’s busy calendar to raise money for various overseas projects in countries such as Uganda, Ghana and Sierra Leone.
The theme for the party is ‘A Night at the Oscares’, so the dress code is ‘zombified’ movie costumes. The decor will fit the theme, with a special ‘Oscare’ award ceremony for the best dressed.
Here’s what to expect:
- Fun and lively atmosphere whilst promoting a good cause
- ‘Unlucky Dip’
- ‘Oscare’ Award for best dressed
- Polaroid paparazzi on the blood red carpet
- Full bar
Tickets £5/£7 available at http://thesafefoundation.co.uk/halloween2014/
or by contacting email@example.com