Malcolm Ridley

Malcolm Ridley (born in 1966 in Stanley, County Durham) is an actor and writer. In 1995 Malcolm Ridley played the title role in Molière's George Dandin, for Red Shift Theatre Company on a national tour and at the Cochrane Theatre in London. Directed by Jonathan Holloway & Toby Sedgewick, adapted by Robert Bolt. (2001) He Performed in Having A Ball by Alan Bleasdale. Directed by David Grindley and starring Sara Crowe, Robert Duncan & Michael Medwin . For Birmingham Rep. and a national tour of the UK. Malcolm Ridley performed and co-devised three productions directed by Improbable Theatre Company's award-winning director-designer partnership of Phelim McDermott and Julian Crouch. The Servant of Two Masters (Goldoni Festival Venice & Rome) and The Hunchback of Notre Dame. A Midsummer Night's Dream (TMA Best Touring Production Award) for the English Shakespeare Company. (2005) Ridley performed as "Hamlet" the talking Elephant in the critically acclaimed production of The Firework Maker's Daughter by Philip Pullman for Told By An Idiot Theatre Company at the Lyric Hammersmith and a European tour, Directed by Paul Hunter.


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