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Tim Price’s The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning produced by the National Theatre Wales has won the James Tait Black Prize for Drama 2013, the UK's oldest literary award, in a new category for Drama.
Beating stiff competition from fellow shortlisted productions, such as Kaite O’Reilly’s In Water I’m Weightless, the play was awarded £10,000 at a ceremony on Monday at Edinburgh’s Traverse Theatre.
(L-R) Kyle Rees, Matthew Aubrey (Badley Manning) and Matthew Gilhooly in The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning
Price’s play explores the events that led the 25-year old US soldier to be arrested and charged with the leaking of 250,000 secret embassy cables and military logs from the Iraq and Afghan wars.
After more than three years in prison without charge, Manning is now awaiting his sentence, having been found guilty of crimes that could mean life in prison.
(L-R) Gwawr Loader, Harry Ferrier, Naomi Everson, Michael Gilhooly, Matthew Aubrey and Kyle Rees in The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning
Just a few years ago, Manning was a teenager in west Wales - Price's play asks the question 'who is responsible for his radicalisation?'
Head to HuffPost UK this Thursday at 7.30pm GMT/ 2:30pm EDT for the live stream and interactive chat of The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning.