With support from the #takecare program, Claire and collaborators Jess Curtis (Co-creator, Performer), Luke Pell (Dramaturge) and Yoann Trellu (Video Artist) engaged in a series of conversations regarding the most interesting ways to create and present an after-the-fact reflection on their 2016 work The Way You Look (at me) Tonight, particularly in view of the … More about The Way You Look (at me) Tonight – In Depth
We’re very excited to release the full tour schedule for Spring 2019 tour of The Way You Look (at me) Tonight, kicking off in Germany on 17 & 18 April, taking us to Switzerland, Sweden, the UK and back to Germany again. The full programme for Manchester International Festival is now live and tickets are … More about Spring Tour and Thank You Very Much now on sale!
Claire’s work features in a new publication of poems but D/deaf and Disabled Artists. Stairs and Whispers: D/deaf and Disabled Poets Write Back examines the poetics of disabled and D/deaf cultures. The first of its kind and packed with fierce poetry, essays, photos and links to accessible online videos, it showcases a diversity of styles, opinions, and survival … More about Claire’s work published in collection of poems by Deaf and Disabled poets
We’re thrilled to announce that The Way You Look (at me) Tonight has been shortlisted for an Isadora Duncan Dance Award in the ‘Outstanding Achievement in Music/Sound/Text’ Category. The Isadora Duncan Dance Awards, known locally as the Izzies, are awarded annually to acknowledge exceptional creative achievements in the performance and presentation of dance. Awards are … More about Isadora Duncan Dance Award Nomination
Check out the press and social media coverage of The Way You Look (at me) Tonight as it continues it’s rolling world premiere. [View the story “The Way You Look (at me) Tonight” on Storify] More about Press and social media coverage of The Way You Look (at me) Tonight
Ahead of the world premier of The Way You Look (at me) Tonight at Southbank Centre, London and the Scottish premiere at Tramway, Glasgow; Claire has been interviewed by BBC Radio Scotland’s Personal Best programme and with Jess, On BBC Radio London’s Jo Good programme about The Way You Look (at me) Tonight, opportunities for … More about Claire and Jess on BBC Radio
We are delighted that Claire’s new work, The Way You Look (at me) Tonight will feature at both Unlimited Festival at London’s South Bank Centre on 6 & 7 September, and at Glasgow’s Tramway on 15 & 16 September. Unlimited is a bi-annual event celebrating the work of disabled artists in theatre, dance and visual art. … More about The Way You Look (at me) Tonight at Unlimited 2016