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Claire Wood

Bio

Claire has a day job in advertising and an unofficial evening-time job haunting the theatres of Scotland. (And further afield, when she can find an excuse.) She's happiest just before curtain up.

Personal Website

www.cmfwood.blogspot.com

19 Aug 2017

17 Aug 2017

LIES (£¥€$)


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A mesmerising demonstration of why the world’s finances are in such a pickle

16 Aug 2017

14 Aug 2017


Stand By


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Slick and stylish immersive theatre that lacks a bit of heart


The Revlon Girl


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A funny, feisty, heart-wrenching story of how lipstick can look like hope.

12 Aug 2017


Last Resort


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Boisterous, brilliant theatre that shines a light on the treatment of detainees in Guantanamo Bay.

11 Aug 2017

Nassim


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A polished, heartfelt, and involving production about the frustrations of miscommunication

8 Aug 2017

Séance


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Stupendously sinister, suspenseful immersive theatre in a pitch-black container from Darkfield

7 Aug 2017

Shame


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Timely multimedia theatre from Glasgow company Tidy Carnage

6 Aug 2017

How To Act


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Pacy, gripping theatre that questions our assumptions.


The Sky Is Safe


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Compelling depiction of stories rarely told, by brilliant Scottish writer/actor Matthew Zajac

31 Jul 2017

Beauty


Opinion

Writer and director of a new play by Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Group explains how labels can stick

30 Jul 2017

Eve


Interview

We talk to transgender writer and performer Jo Clifford about this deeply personal show.