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Writer & Producer

Claire Spratt began writing stage plays in 2009. Produced plays Claire has written include;  A Little in Tents, Blitz Bride,

(nominated for Best Production at the Buxton Festival Fringe and later adapted in to a stage musical),
I Want to Hold Your Hand (received a 4 star review), Mrs York’s Shelter (selling out 5 venues), Just Like Anthea,

Star Makers, (adapted from an earlier play Standby On Stage Please!), One Sunny Day and Let Sleeping Bags Lie.
Short plays are; Nightwatch, (finalist in the Daffodil Theatre Awards), 
Fancy Pants, Foot Day, The Joy of Painting and Tea Towels and Tiaras. Also, Star Gazing, an excerpt from Star Makers.

More recently Claire has written a number of monologues, some as poems, including Ted's Shed which was filmed in 2021 - performed by Tommy Cannon and Car Boot Carole filmed in 2022 - performed by Su Pollard. It is hoped more of these plays and monologues will be filmed soon, with some to be recorded as radio plays for a soon to be launched podcast, Rabbit Radio Playhouse.

Claire founded Planet Rabbit Productions in 2008, a Yorkshire based theatre company, which staged 23 plays & 4  events.

The company toured plays throughout the north of England until December 2016, performing in over 60 venues. Xanadu Films was formed in 2017 as a sister company to Planet Rabbit in order to distribute the plays beyond Planet Rabbit's touring circuit.

Prior to starting Planet Rabbit Claire was a stage manager for 17 years. After training at RADA she went on to work extensively in stage management and theatre production throughout the UK, clocking up over 70 productions. From opera

and rep to panto and summer seasons, Claire has worked for countless producers and companies including Hull Truck, the Royal Opera, on 17 top pantos at leading theatres around the UK, the No.1 Abba Mania tour which toured for several years to some of the largest theatres & concert halls, (leading to a 4 month West End run), as well as the Funny Guys UK tours with Cannon & Ball.

For more information on Claire's plays, plus obtaining scripts & licences, please click the link to her website: 

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