Adrian Mitchell -

aka The Dogfather, Apeman Mudgeon...

ADRIAN MITCHELL - CURRENT LITERARY SHOWS: Adrian's work performed by family and close friends.



Suffolk schools tour October2011, recommended for Key Stage 2

11October Bealings primary school
12 October Bramfield, Yoxford and Benhall primary schools
13 October Rendlesham primary school

We are still available for bookings the afternoon of 13 October, all day 14 October, and after that to accommodate schools

Fee details etc can be discussed with Alys Kihl, artistic director

tel: 01728 451 408
email: Wonderful Beast



The Rosemary Branch Theatre
2 Shepperton Road,
London, N1 3DT

Tuesday 22 November at 7.30pm and 9.00pm
23 Wednesday November 7.30pm
Tickets £15 (£12 concessions)
24 hour box office 0207 704 6665

tel: 01728 451 408
email: Wonderful Beast


Marat/Sade, adaptation of Peter Weiss play. Calder and Boyars, l964.
The Magic Flute, new libretto. Friends of Covent Garden, 1966.
US: The Book of the Royal Shakespeare Production. Calder and Boyars, 1966
Tyger: A Celebration of the Life and Work of William Blake. Cape 1971.
Tamburlane the Mad Hen in Playspace, Methuen l971.
Man Friday , and Mind Your Head, London: Eyre Methuen, 1974.
Houdini: A Circus-Opera. Clowns, 1977.
Uppendown Mooney. Galactic Smallholdings, l978.
Peer Gynt, adaptation of Henrik Ibsen play. Dartington Theatre Papers series. 1981.
The Mayor of Zalamea; or The Best Garotting Ever Done, adaptation of a play by Calderon,.Salamander Press, 1981.
The Government Inspector, adaptation of a play by Nikolai Gogol, London: Methuen, 1985.
You Must Believe All This, adaptation of "A Holiday Romance" by Dickens, London: Thames Television-Methuen, 1981.
A Child's Christmas in Wales, with Jeremy Brooks from Dylan Thomas's works. Dramatic Publishing Company, l984.
The Tragedy of King Real, screenplay, in Peace Plays, ed. Stephen Lowe, London Methuen, 1985.
The Government Inspector, new adaptation of Gogol. Methuen, 1985.
Animal Farm, lyrics only, book by Peter Hall from the novel by George Orwell, London: Methuen, 1985.
The Pied Piper. Oberon, l987.
The Patchwork Girl of Oz, Dramatic Publishing Company, l988.
The Wild Animal Song Contest and Mowgli's Jungle. Heinemann Plays, 1993.
The Siege. Oberon, l996.
Plays With Songs - Tyger Two, Man Friday, Satie Day/Night and In The Unlikely Event of an Emergency. Oberon, 1996.
The Snow Queen, Oberon, l997.
Beatrix Potter's Tom Kitten and his Friends. Samuel French, 1998.
Three Plays by Calderon. Adaptations of The Mayor of Zalamea, Life's A Dream (with John Barton) and The Great Theatre
of the World. Oberon, 1998.
Two Plays by Lope da Vega. Adaptations of Fuente Ovejuna and Lost In a Mirror. Oberon, l998.
The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe, adapted from the C. S. Lewis story,
Oberon, 1998.
The Mammoth Sails Tonight! , Oberon, l999.
Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, Oberon, 2001
Peter Rabbit and His Friends, Oberon, 2004
Aladdin (Doublejoint, Belfast, 2004)
King of Shadows (NYSTI, New York, 2005)
Nobody Rides the Unicorn (Puppetcraft, 2005)
Perseus and the Gorgon's Head (Puppetcraft, 2006)
The Fear Brigade (Global Village, 2006)
Maudie and the Green Children (Playhouse project in four theatres, 2008)


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