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The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning Tim Price

The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning By Tim Price

The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning by Tim Price


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Summary

A play which explores political radicalisation in light of the Wikileaks scandal.

The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning Summary

The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning by Tim Price

It's 2011: Bradley Manning is the 24-year-old US soldier accused of releasing 250,000 secret embassy cables and military logs from the Iraq and Afghan wars. After nearly two years in prison without charge, Manning now faces a court martial, accused of crimes that could mean life in prison. But just a few years ago, Manning was a teenager in west Wales. How did this happen? And who is responsible for this radicalisation? Tim Price's extraordinary play tackles one of the most controversial political stories of our age, placing it in the context of other great Welsh radicals, from the Chartists to Aneurin Bevan. The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning was performed by National Theatre Wales across Wales in April 2012. In 2013, the play won the James Tait Black Prize for Drama.

About Tim Price

Tim Price is a writer on the cusp of major recognition. A former journalist from the South Wales Valleys, the 31-year-old was educated at Cardiff University, where he studied Philosophy and English Literature. As well as writing for stage and television, Tim runs a new writing company with friends called Dirty Protest. His plays include For Once (Pentabus tour) and Salt, Root and Roe (Trafalgar Studios, Donmar West End season). In 2011, he was shortlisted for the Verity Bargate Award with his play Will and George, while in 2013, he won the James Tait Black award for drama for his play The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning.

Additional information

GOR004674688
9781408172872
1408172879
The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning by Tim Price
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
20120411
96
Winner of James Tait Black Prize for Drama 2013 (UK)
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