Claire Hodgson


“Claire is an extraordinary leader and innovator. She is passionate about inclusion and equality. Her work is always creative, insightful and honest and she gives people the opportunity and safe space to explore and find things out about themselves and to be empowered by the experience.”
Jenny Sealey Artistic Director of Graeae Theatre Company


“Claire is a fantastic colleague, she is knowledgeable, and an expert at working in a wide range of areas including inter generational work, disability arts, youth "at risk" just to name a few. I would highly recommend her.”
Anna Niland
  Head of Creative Learning National Youth Theatre


“I have worked with Claire for almost 2 years in various capacities. She is an excellent Leader in the arts and a real inspiration to those around her. She is calm, clear and makes great things happen. She is a leading light in promoting diversity - not just in the Performing Arts sector but across a wide specturm of industries and in every day life.”
 Alice Chutter, Project Manager, Activate Performing Arts


“I worked with Claire on the Diverse City production 'Strange Cargo' which she directed. It was a great experience all round. Claire is fun to be with and is energetic, inspiring and highly creative. She really 'walks her talk' and it was a pleasure and a privilege to work with her.”
 Jennifer Maidman, actress/singer, Diverse City

“Having worked with Claire on and off for the last 6 years, I would thoroughly recommend working with her in any capacity. She is not only talented and expert at her job, she is also thoughtful and fun to be with. She is great as a co-facilitator and it is a joy to see the transformation in her participants as she takes them through the journey of each project.”
 Amy Barbor, Director, Living Lens


“I can very highly recommend Claire based on her work for the School for Social Entrepreneurs. Claire has worked brilliantly in tutoring and facilitating a very broad range of people to achieve really impressive results. We still use Claire for our facilitation and will continue to do so.” -
Ian Baker