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RAY BARRON-WOOLFORD (1958 - )
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A life time community activist, broadcaster, writer. playwright and author of Food Bank Britain, Deptford a radical local history, and presently writing the biography of the life of Kath Duncan, the most important UK civil rights activist in the past 100 years; this play, LIBERTY, is just one chapter in this amazing woman's struggle.
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Based on actual historical events presented in Ray Barron-Woolford's new book, The Last Queen of Scotland, this play tells the story of the extraordinary Kath Duncan, a Scottish left-wing activist and primary school teacher in Deptford, London, who, after the arrest and jailing of two gay friends, took on the power of King, parliament, and the entire legal establishment to lay the groundwork for the National Council of Civil Liberties and the legal freedoms we possess today.
Written December 2017. New play about to go into production
Deptford Heritage Publishing (14 Dec. 2017)
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Civil rights - LGBT Historical period drama
Male: 15 Female: 2 Other: -
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