As a playwright, Clara's work has been performed at the Soho Theatre, Southwark Playhouse, York Theatre Royal, The Duke's Theatre, the Arcola Theatre and the Traverse Theatre, and her plays include Rain, Portmanteau, Monogram, Bud Take The Wheel, I Feel A Song Coming On and Hi Vis.
In 2012, she was awarded the OffWestEnd Adopt a Playwright Award for her play The Vendor and then in 2013, awarded the Channel 4 Screenwriting Prize and is working on attachment with the Soho Theatre.
For stage, her one woman play Spine premiered to critical acclaim at the Edinburgh Fringe and then ran at Soho Theatre in October 2014 to brilliant reviews. Boa, her two hander starring Harriet Walter and Guy Paul is currently running at Trafalgar Studios.
She is also developing various TV and film projects.
A two-hander, which tells an acerbic, warm and honest account of a lifetime in love, will play in the intimate Trafalgar Studio 2 from 5 February to 7 March.
One of five interlinked short plays
Live Lunch at the Royal Court - A season of new plays by up-and-coming writers will be performed live as lunchtime readings every Friday over 6 weeks.
An extended version of Clara's short play for Theatre Uncut in 2012, for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2014 and ran at the Soho Theatre Oct 2014.
A programme of short, politically engaged breakfast plays
Theatre Uncut won a Fringe First for the second year running in 2013
A London transfer from Edinburgh for the Fringe First winning compilation of plays to encourage debate and galvanise action around political issues that affect all of our lives.
Headlong/Old Red Lion Residency
Written as part of 'Theatre Uncut' at The Young Vic
Winner OffWestEnd Adopt a Playwright Award 2012
Part of Theatre Uncut series
Commissioned for The Drum and Theatre Royal Plymouth
A play for dance for the Royal Court Studio Group Writers Programme
Part of Project Wednesday
Series of web plays written for Barbara Campbell
Part of One Night Stand series
Part of the No Decor reading at the Arcola