Claire Wood

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.
275 articles

The Polar Bears Go Up

Inventive, engaging children's theatre that can capture even a cynic's heart.

19 August 2017

LIES (£¥€$)

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

17 August 2017

Jess and Joe Forever

A captivatingly sweet love story and a yearning plea for a better world.

14 August 2017

Stand By

Slick and stylish immersive theatre that lacks a bit of heart

14 August 2017

The Revlon Girl

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

14 August 2017

Love Bombs & Apples

Sharp, funny, political theatre with some lovely moments of poetry.

12 August 2017

Last Resort

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

12 August 2017


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

11 August 2017


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

8 August 2017