This week sees the last chance to catch the National Theatre of Wales’, The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning (ntw18) in North Wales.
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.
For more info on the current situation click here for the Free Bradley Manning site.
This excellent piece of poignant, poltical theatre will be taking place at Connah’s Quay High School from the 25th- 28th April.
If you’re lucky enough to get a ticket, you will not be dissapointed.
This piece of theatre can also be viewed live on-line here, if you don’t manage to get to North Wales.
My role in this production was to photograph the final rehearsals at G39 in Cardiff and to venture around the city getting people to write on a yellow board with subjects they would want to protest about or subjects they simply felt passionate about – which included the actors/ntw staff.
Taken at G39, Cardiff.
Yellow board photographs
Includes actors/ntw staff and Cardiff’s general public
Part of ntw’s Spring issue newspaper