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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

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