Claire headlined the Emergency Dave Comedy night at the Y Leicester with her new ‘ Bite Size Show’.
Tweets from the evening,
‘ Claire Cogan is funny as feck’
‘Like a sweary Joyce Grenfell’
‘Piss your pants funny’
Claire is pleased to announce she will be working again with Spanner In The Works Theatre Company. Claire will be part of the cast of Secret Door, which runs for a week at The Lyric Theatre in Belfast, 01 October 2013 – 05 October 2013. The show then goes on an all Ireland Tour.
Claire has landed the part of Lily Doherty (One of the leads) in Brian Friel’s masterpiece Freedom Of The City. The play will be performed firstly in Letterkenny on Jan 31st, then Ballybofey 7th Feb, Strabane 9th Feb and then The Millenium Forum in Derry on Mon 11th Feb and finally a matinee in the same venue on Tues the 12th.
The evening of new drama at the Old joint stock theatre was a great success. With audiences enjoying The leprechaun Diaries and great feedback was received. An even bigger bonus was winning a share in the £300 prize money for best cast for ‘First Person Plural’ by Jenny Morton Potts.
Only two days left before the first bite from The Bite Size Show has it’s debut on The Y stage in Leicester.
Gate shuts at 7.30pm on June 14th.
Air hostess Cogan is looking forward to welcoming you onboard.
Great News, the Y Theatre in Leicester have just accepted Claire’s application to perform one of the pieces from The Bite Size Show, ‘A Quiet Flight’ in their very popular Emergency showcase billed as Leicester’s leading new work platform.
The showcase is at the Y Theatre Leicester on 14th June curtain up TBC.
Claire is currently working on a 60 minute one woman production called The Bite Size Show. The show consists of four, 15 minute self contained devised pieces. Some of the pieces are brand new like The Leprechaun Diaries others are re-workings of successful older shows written and devised by Claire and Patricia Downey of Spanner in the Works theatre company.
You can see a taster of The Bite Size Show when Claire will perform Brace, Brace, Brace (a piece set on a budget airline) and The Leprechaun Diaries (a piece sat on a pot of gold) at The Old Joint Stock Pub Theatre in Birmingham on Saturday 7th July as part of Cahoots Theatre Company‘s afternoon and evening of new writing.