Without Malice Or Ill Will

New Tour of Without Malice Or Ill Will.

We're proud to be supporting local actor Ray Castleton, as he embarks on a new tour of his award-winning play; Without Malice Or Ill Will, 40 years on from the 1984 miner's strike.

It is 2019.

Geoff Marsh, a retired police officer, has been invited to the Winton Community Centre to deliver a talk.

It could be the usual chat about his career, peppered with useful hints and tips on crime prevention and road safety.

But this is more than that.

It’s the story of how he became a miner, then a copper. He tells us of the one decision that changed his career and the momentous year that changed him, his community and his life, forever.

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May 1, 2024

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About Ray Castleton

Ray has worked as a professional actor and playwright since 2011. His writing credits include: Without Malice or Ill WillChicken Soup (with Kieran Knowles), On Behalf of The PeopleThe Striking Dilemmas Trilogy.

His acting work includes many credits across Theatre, TV, Film and Radio.

He won the Actor Award for Excellence for Without Malice or Ill Will at The Buxton Festival Fringe 2019.

“Ray’s writing is very direct and realistic with great humanity. His policeman Geoff is completely believable which makes the events of this play even more tragic.” (Buxton Festival Fringe Review)

 

Tour Dates

  • 24th May – Creswell Events Centre – Creswell
  • 1st June – The Studio theatre – Chesterfield College
  • 7th June – National Coal Mining Museum – Wakefield
  • 8th June – National Coal Mining Museum – Wakefield
  • 14th June – Holy Trinity Parish Church – Shirebrook
  • 15th June – The Northern Light Cinema – Wirksworth
  • 20th June – The Hub, Clay Cross
  • 21st June – The Way Theatre – Leigh, Spinners Mill
  • 22nd June – Ritz Cinema – Belper
  • 23rd June – Barrow Hill Memorial Hall, Chesterfield
  • 24th June – Doe Lea Centre, Doe Lea
  • 28th June – St John the Baptiste Church, Clowne
  • 29th June – The Lantern Theatre – Sheffield
  • 4th July – The Green Man Gallery – Buxton
  • 5th July – The Green Man Gallery – Buxton
  • 6th July – The Cluntergate Centre – Horbury, Wakefield
  • 7th July – Pinxton Village Hall – Pinxton
  • 10th July – 53two – Arch 19 Watson Street, Manchester
  • 12th July – The Green Man Gallery – Buxton
  • 13th July – The Green Man Gallery – Buxton
  • 14th July – The Green Man Gallery – Buxton
  • 19th July – The Grove Hall – South Kirkby, Pontefract
  • 20th July – The Lantern Theatre – Sheffield
  • 25th July – Elsecar Heritage Centre, Elsecar
  • 26th July – Elsecar Heritage Centre, Elsecar
  • 27th July – Bakewell Old House Museum, Bakewell

For more information on times and ticket prices please contact the venues above.

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May 1, 2024

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