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The Cottesloe at the National: Infinite Riches in a Little Room

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The Cottesloe at the National: Infinite Riches in a Little Room - Mulryne and Shewring

Published in association with Royal National Theatre. 1999 First edition. pp185.

Jacket in very good condition with light chipping and a little fraying at the corners. Cover still glossy and bright but there are a few signs of shelf wear.
Immaculate dark brown boards with gilt text to spine. Hardly any signs of wear.
Book is probably unread and is in a very good as-new state. Edited by Jason Barnes.

Seven excellent chapters exploring the origins of the NT offshoot and its entire series of productions. Detailed examination of stage sets, castings, lighting etc etc. All very interesting. At the back of the book is a chronology of every production since the theatre's creation in 1977.

Item details

Author(s):
Mulryne Ronnie; Shewring, Margaret
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First edition 1999
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1900065010
ISBN-13:
9781900065016
Number of pages:
191
Publisher:
Mulryne & Shewring Ltd
Title:
The Cottesloe at the National

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The Cottesloe at the National: Infinite Riches in a Little Room - Mulryne and Shewring

Published in association with Royal National Theatre. 1999 First edition. pp185.

Jacket in very good condition with light chipping and a little fraying at the corners. Cover still glossy and bright but there are a few signs of shelf wear.
Immaculate dark brown boards with gilt text to spine. Hardly any signs of wear.
Book is probably unread and is in a very good as-new state. Edited by Jason Barnes.

Seven excellent chapters exploring the origins of the NT offshoot and its entire series of productions. Detailed examination of stage sets, castings, lighting etc etc. All very interesting. At the back of the book is a chronology of every production since the theatre's creation in 1977.

Author(s):
Mulryne Ronnie; Shewring, Margaret
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
First edition 1999
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
1900065010
ISBN-13:
9781900065016
Number of pages:
191
Publisher:
Mulryne & Shewring Ltd
Title:
The Cottesloe at the National

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