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Free Lunch - Living Statue - Strolling Characters - Hamilton

Type: Living Statue

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Free Lunch is a company of performance artists who have been taking their bizarre characters to the streets, parks and conference centres of New Zealand since the mid 1980's.

HUMAN MONUMENTS - Still for long periods of time, although they can in many situations cover a lot of ground throughout the course of the performance. Suitable for both indoor and outdoor (weather permitting, paint not running!). Human monuments provide a real sense of ornament as well as intrigue.
Choose from:
The Rugby Player – A living breathing monument to New Zealand's most sacred of pass-times: the sport of Rugby Union. Coated completely in silver he freezes in a most amusing array of classic rugby poses.
1920’s Flapper Girl – Fresh from the decadence of the 1920s Flapper Girl brings a slightly naughty sophistication and style to your event.
Napolean – A striking statue of the Great Emperor. Comprising all his famous poses and more.
Angel – From the hands of master craftsman Rossellino and plucked straight from the walls of Reims Cathedral, this statue brings a divine presence to any occasion (harp not included)
Cupid – Pretty winged and white, this mischievous creature stalks the crowd in the name of love.
King Midas - Everything he touches turns to gold, especially Himself. With lordly pomp and slapstick quick-witted humour this regal monument strolls about his vast estates rewarding the virtuous and allowing the peasants to kiss his rings.
Pioneer Woman - She is a page straight of New Zealand's Early Settler history, artfully painted to closely resemble antiqued copper she is the performer most likely to be mistaken for a real statue.
Mermaid – A beautiful fish out of water, straight from romantic legends, the mermaid on her rock will add colour to any event.
The Captain - The Captain (from the mid 18th Century) has disembarked from his Schooner and is hoping to meet the locals to further his exploration.

Free Lunch have a wonderful selection of wonderland characters.
The Red Queen
The Chess Piece from Through the Looking Glass (Alice in Wonderland) – not to be confused with the Queen of Hearts!

Ideal for: feature for corporate function, private party, parades, outdoor events, street parade, school gala,

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