London: Kestrel Books, 1977 (1968). Oblong 4to in publishers hardcover, with pricelipped jacket. Unpaginated. Illustrated in color by Harald Wiberg. Text in English. Dustjacket somewhat worn, else clean and very good copy
London: Kestrel Books, 1978 (1962). Oblong 4to in publishers hardcover, with pricelipped jacket. Unpaginated. Illustrated in colo by Harald Wiberg. Text in English. Light wear to jacket, else clean and very good copy
JUL MED RADISERNE: “A Charlie Brown Christmas – adapted from a Bill Melendez production”. FIRST PRINTING. Cleveland & New York: The World Publishing Company, 1965. Oblong 8vo in publishers hardcover. 42 pages. Color illustrated. Some foxing scattered else clean and overall a good to very good copy First edition, first…
On 18th December 1974, the Danish activist theatre group Solvognen brought a small army of Santa Clauses onto the streets of Copenhagen. They paraded through the city, singing songs, handing out sweets and hot chocolate, and asking everyone what they wanted for Christmas. Soon they were all over the place, their apparently naïve attempts to spread generosity and question greed causing scenes in supermarkets, banks, factories, schools and police stations – and ultimately in court, after the week-long performance culminated in a mass handout of presents directly from the shelves of Copenhagen’s biggest department store. Solvognen was an activist theatre group associated with the autonomous neighbourhood of Christiania in Copenhagen. They wrote, produced and performed many large-scale performance/actions throughout the 1970s, including the NATO Army (1973), the Santa Claus Army (1974), the Animal Army (1975), and the Rebild Action (1976).