Tonight the Moon rises within 20 minutes (Marlow) of it being full and it is at perigee, and will be 14% larger and 30% brighter than lesser full moons.
As we have all witnessed, the full moon always appears larger when it rises so tonight could be an oppurtunity. All that is needed is to know where and when the moon will rise and then find an object for foreground interest.
To help with this you could use The Photgraphers ephemeris
To help – Moonrise is at 6.25 pm and sunset is at 6.13pm. Full Moon is at 6.10pm.
As a guide a full moon requires an exposure of 1/60th at f16 at 100 ISO but it would be best to bracket your exposure.