Claire Finn

Living ghost

Head shot of actor and writer Claire Finn

Living ghost is a performance monologue written and performed by Claire Finn. The performance is about a haunting in lockdown that touches on loneliness in isolation. Living ghost was recently chosen for the Nottingham virtual upload festival ‘Stream park’ and for the BBC upload festival, aired on BBC radio Nottingham in June of this year.

“Poignant, relevant and completely on topic right now.” – Arun Verma BBC radio Nottingham

Claire is a professional actor who has an array of experience working in theatre, radio & television. Her credits include ‘Inside Holloway,’ as Edith Thompson (Channel five), ‘Criminal histories’ as Margaret Flower (BBC East Midlands) and various roles with Notts TV. Her theatre credits include Southwark Playhouse, Mansfield Palace Theatre, Lyric Theatre Hammersmith, Nottingham NEAT festival 2016 and Edinburgh Fringe 2014. She has worked in various voice over roles, including BBC radio Nottingham, creative quarter, BFBS radio and the Theatre writing Partnership. Most recently Claire performed at the National civil war centre as Elizabeth Lilburne and previously as Lady Eleanor Davies.


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Event Dates

21 August, 6.00pm — 6.03pm ongoing
Living ghost

Head shot of actor and writer Claire Finn
Head shot of actor and writer Claire Finn
Full lenght body shot of actor and writer Claire Finn for her living ghost piece
Image still from Living ghost. Claire Finn is wearing a face mask.