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Clare Duffy

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Email civicdigits@gmail.com
Local authority: Edinburgh City
Languages: English
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Clare is the artistic director of Civic Digits and co-director of Unlimited Theatre. She won a Pearson Award for her first full-length play, Crossings, in 2003. Most recently Clare's play Arctic Oil was presented at The Traverse Theatre in October 2018 (**** - The Stage, The Herald). She presented a musical scratch performance of How To Be Both by Ali Smith at Playing with Books, the Book Festival in association with The Lyceum Theatre in August 2018 (**** - The Guardian).

She is an associate artist at Perth Theatre making The Big Data Show, which integrates ethical hacking, digital gaming and live performance. Clare wrote and directed Money the Game Show for The Arches in 2011, which was remounted at The Bush in London and published by Oberon Books ("Ingenious" - New York Times, **** - The Guardian, **** - Financial Times, **** - Scotsman).

Websites featuring the author

Local authorities can visit

Aberdeen; Aberdeenshire; Angus; Argyll and Bute; Clackmannanshire; Dumfries and Galloway; Dundee; East Ayrshire; East Dunbartonshire; East Lothian; East Renfrewshire; Edinburgh City; Falkirk; Fife; Glasgow City; Highland; Inverclyde; Midlothian; Moray; Na h-Eileanan Siar (Western Isles); North Ayrshire; North Lanarkshire; Orkney Islands; Perth and Kinross; Renfrewshire; Scottish Borders; Shetland; South Ayrshire; South Lanarkshire; Stirling; West Dunbartonshire; West Lothian

Events can deliver

Mentoring; Panel event; Performance; Reading; Residency; Talk; Workshop; Professional development, CLPL or CPD; Chairing events

Audience can work with

Adult learners; Care-experienced people; Intergenerational learning; Adults with additional support needs; People experiencing mental health problems; Prisoners & young offenders; Vulnerable young people (under 18); Young people in the community (e.g. Youth clubs, Guides, Scouts)

Topics of work

Activism & protest; Adolescence; Adventure; Environment & climate; Family; Friendship; Health including mental health & wellbeing; LGBTQIA+ characters; Nature; Politics; Science

Age groups published for

Children; Teens; Adults

Age groups can work with

0-2; 3-5; 6-8; 9-11; 12-14; 15-18; Adults

Audience size

0-10; 11-30; 31-100