Dark Horses and Harlequins produce film to celebrate club’s successful history

Dark Horses, the London based sports marketing agency, has launched ‘The Museum Of Harlequins’ film for Harlequins Rugby Club.

Harlequins – one of the most famous rugby clubs in the world – has been celebrating its 150th anniversary this season and the film brings their successful history to life by using members of the current squad in an environment that pays homage to its heritage, producing a perfect mix of the iconic London team’s past, present and future.

Imogen Gaunt, Harlequins Director of Communications, commented: “We wanted to create something to celebrate our rich heritage and history, but also to showcase our innovative style, restless nature and our continual strive for improvement and development in everything we do, encompassed in our motto, ‘Nunquam Dormio’.

“We feel we have achieved this with Dark Horses through this film and want to thank them and the team for their patience and creativity in producing a video that pushes the boundaries and celebrates everything Harlequins, from our players to our supporters.”

Dark Horses Founder and MD Simon Dent added, “It’s been a huge pleasure working with Imogen and her team. Quins are the best example of a modern professional rugby club both on and off the field. It was an honour to work with one of the world’s oldest clubs and create a film that heroes its rich history in a contemporary way.”

The ‘Making Of The Museum of Harlequins’, which takes the fans behind the scenes of the shoot, will be released on Thursday 3rd May.

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