Screenwriter and playwright currently teaching on our new Screenwriting MA
Tim Price is a screenwriter and playwright. He joined the Centre for New Writing in 2015 and teaches on our new Screenwriting MA.
His television credits include: Switch, Secret Diary of a Call Girl, Sold! The New Worst Witch (ITV), The Smoke (Sky), Eastenders, Holby City, Casualty, Doctors, River City (BBC) Caerdydd, Y Pris (S4C, nominated for Bafta Cymru best screenwriter, winner of Best drama at Celtic Film and TV Festival 2009. Best drama nomination for Prix Europa 2008.)
Tim's theatre credits include: Candylion, the insatiable inflatable (National Theatre Wales), Teh Internet is Serious Business (Royal Court), Protest Song (National Theatre), I'm With the Band (Traverse theatre/Wales Millennium Centre tour) Praxis Makes Perfect (National Theatre Wales/Barbican tour), The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning (National Theatre Wales tour, winner of the James Tait Black Award best play), Salt, Root and Roe (Donmar Warehouse - nominated for an Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in an affiliate theatre), Demos (Traverse Theatre) For Once (Pentabus Theatre/Hampstead theatre tour).
A selection of Tim's writing credits
Candylion, the insatiable inflatable
Part theatre show, part sing-a-long live music gig, inspired by Gruff Rhys' (Super Furry Animals) seminal album, Candylion.
Teh Internet is Serious Business
This typo-intentional 2014 play for our times received 4 star reviews from The Guardian and The Telegraph.
The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning
Produced for National Theatre Wales in 2012, the play then toured and was winner of the James Tait Black Award for best play.
Protest Song received its world premiere in the National Theatre's Shed Theatre on 16 December 2013, starring Rhys Ifans.