Join us for National Theatre Wales' first Social Media Call

Announcing National Theatre Wales' first ever Social Media Call, for The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning

If you have a blog, a Facebook, Twitter or other social networking account, you are invited to take pictures and film scenes from The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning - and interview cast and crew - at 3pm on Wednesday 18th April 2012 at Cardiff High School. 

This is an exclusive opportunity to photograph and film scenes from the production. You will also have the opportunity to interview members of the cast and creative team. 

The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning is a new play by Tim Price, directed by John E McGrath, which tackles one of the biggest political stories of our age...

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, he was a teenager in west Wales. How did this happen? And who is responsible for his radicalisation?

This is the world's first hyper-connected theatre production. Some performances will be live-streamed on a dedicated website, at Alongside this live stream, the site will host links to websites, videos and articles referred to in the script, and a live comment stream to which the audience will be encouraged to contribute. The site will be free to view and only available live alongside the stage performance.

Click here to see behind-the-scenes news from rehearsals.

You can see what other people are saying about the production, and Tweet yourself, with the hashtag #ntw18

Places at the social media call are limited, so if you would like to attend, please register in advance by emailing by Monday 16th April. 

If you would like to find out more, or have any questions, leave a comment here or send me a message. 

Social Media Call - The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning

Date: Wednesday 18th April 2012

Time: 3pm (please aim to arrive by 2.45pm)

Location: Cardiff High School, Llandennis Road, Cyncoed, Cardiff CF23 6WG

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