Residents

Sharon Clark

Raucous

Sharon is the Creative Director of Raucous, a collaboration of theatre practitioners, writers, filmmakers, composers and creative technologists.


Worked on

The Stick House

The Stick House is a theatre piece inspired by the magical writing of Angela Carter.

South West Artists Residencies 2011

A residency programme enabling artists based in the South West of England, to develop projects at the intersection of art, technology and culture.

Sharon is the Creative Director of immersive theatre company, Raucous. In 2015 the company produced its first show, The Stick House ("the mingling of performance with technology is brilliantly unobtrusive and effective. Cleverly conceived; distinctively different". The Guardian). 2017 saw the company's second show, Ice Road, produced in disused Edwardian baths in Bristol. Sharon is also a freelance playwright and dramaturg and has worked with Bristol Old Vic, The John Caird Company, the National Theatre, Theatre 503, Watford Palace Theatre, The Tobacco Factory, Theatre West, Cheltenham Everyman, Arcola, Sherman Cymru and Radio 3. Her work has been shortlisted for the PapaTango Prize, the Yale Drama Prize and in 2017 she was awarded a Bruntwood Judges Prize. 


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