Bibliography of Nottinghamshire Folk Plays & Related Customs

C.Arnot (1974)

Source:
Chris Arnot (Auth.)
It's the Owd Ossers - MUMMERS KEEP ALIVE AN OLD TRADITION
Evening Post [Nottingham], 19th June 1974, No.29868, pp.1, 15 a-f

Article about the Owd Oss Mummers of Nottingham, and including a photo showing; Musician, Doctor, Dame, Farmer's Man, Tom Fool, Beelzebub, Recruiting Sergeant and Horse.

Index Terms:
Locations: Nottingham, Notts. (SK5739)
Years: Perf. 1974
Subjects: Owd Oss Mummers; Photo; Plays; Musician; Doctor; Dame; Farmer's Man; Tom Fool; Beelzebub; Recruiting Sergeant; Horse
People: Terry Paling (Perf.); Phil Barber (Perf.); David Hughes (Perf.); George Kirk (Perf.); Roger Manning (Perf.); Peter Tomlyn (Perf.); Idwal Jones (Perf.); Phil Hind (Perf.)
Archives: Ref.: TD00307; Notts. County Library, Local Studies Section, Folklore Box, L39.9

Indexed by Peter Millington. Last updated Mar.1990

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