Posted: 27/09/2015 at 20:20
You might be able to start to see a darkening starting at the upper left edge from about 1.30am but the full eclipse starts about 3am and lasts until about 4.30am. When fully eclipsed, the Moon could appear dark red (hence the name 'blood Moon') but this depends on the Earth's atmosphere because the only light to reach the Moon is refracted through it. Because of this, it could also just go dark grey and it might even get too dim to see. All those variations have been seen in the past.
I'm hoping to photograph the whole sequence (one shot every 30s) and, if things go well (and they often don't for amateur astronomers!), I'll be making a time-lapse video of the whole event.