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Off The Wall: the journey of a play

by Peter Mortimer

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· Author of best-seller ‘Broke Through Britain’

· A lively guide to the idiosyncrasies of Hadrian’s Wall

Off the Wall is a lively guide to the idiosyncrasies of Hadrian’s Wall and the communities that live at either end and along the route. A unique journal of an acting company's ten day walk along the Roman Wall performing a specially commissioned play. Plus the play text itself

Cloud Nine Troubadours walked the length of the Wall performing every night. The play – included in full – was a specially commissioned account of one entrepreneur’s attempt to turn the Wall into the world’s longest theme park.

This book records the journey in its raw detail, parts of which were also covered as a daily log by the Newcastle Journal.

Peter Mortimer is a poet, playwright and editor who lives on the Northumberland coast. He is the editor of Iron Press and the artistic director of Cloud Nine Theatre Productions. He is the author of the best-selling Broke Through Britain, 100 Days on Holy Island and Cool for Qat: a Yemeni Journey, all published by Mainstream.

His poetry collection, I Married the Angel of the North, is published by Five Leaves. His Last of the Hunters will be re-issued by Five Leaves in 2006.

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