The Mammoth Sails Tonight!
A Play with Songs
By (author) Adrian Mitchell
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Mammoth Sails Tonight! by Adrian Mitchell
Book DescriptionThe Mammoth is the greatest sailing ship ever built. It is to carry Princess Alysoun from Norway to Scotland, where she is to marry King Andrew the Bold. But she falls in love with Sir Patrick Spens, the bravest captain to sail the seven seas. This is a passionate, funny, subversive celebration of a play.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9781840021349
(210mm x 130mm x 6mm)
Imprint: Oberon Books Ltd
Publisher: Oberon Books Ltd
Publish Date: 1-Jan-2000
Country of Publication: United Kingdom
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From Corner to Corner, Paperback (June 2015)
In his mid-teens Henry Colless set out as a carrier across the Blue Mountains and further along the track to the northwest. He helped his father and his brother establish legendary Come-by-Chance. He was one of the early settlers in Bourke; and he drove a great mob of cattle across the corner country to establish the first station at Innamincka.
Profilist, Paperback (April 2015)
By his training as a profilist - a silhouette painter - Ethan Dibble has learned to take a sidelong view of life. When he arrives in early colonial South Australia he has no idea what to expect; but with his knack for observation and detachment, and a wry sense of humour, he finds that the variety of activity and events provides colour in plenty.
Blackbird Singing, Paperback (September 2013)» View all books by Adrian Mitchell
"McCartney writes as freely-and often as beautifully-as a blackbird sings...[He] is a genius with the common touch."-Stephen Logan, The Sunday Times [London]
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Author Biography - Adrian Mitchell
Adrian Mitchell was a much-loved playwright, poet and activist. His work in the theatre spans more than four decades. It includes original plays, many of them based on his heroes including William Blake, Mark Twain and Erik Satie, and adaptations of Spanish Golden Age and Russian classics. He worked with the Royal Shakespeare Company, the National Theatre and the Unicorn Theatre and his plays have been performed across the world.
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