Clare Bracewell

Born in London, she graduated from the University of Manchester and the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. She worked in Great Britain as set and costume designer at the Stephen Joseph Theatre (Time and Time Again, Serjeant Musgrave’s Dance). Since 1989 she has been living and working in Greece. As a costume designer she has worked, among others, at the Notos Theatre (Belvedere, Ivanov, Thérèse Raquin), Porta Theatre (Elisa, A Month in the Country, Beauty and the Beast), Spyros Evangelatos’ Amfi-Theatre (Mary Stuart), Tzeni Karezi Theatre (Ivanov), Athens Theatre (Summer and Smoke), Kefallinias Street Theatre (Hebriana), Embros Theatre (Don Juan Comes Back From The War), National Theatre of Northern Greece (The flight), Megaron – The Athens Concert Hall (The Turn of the Screw). She has worked in numerous productions with the Municipal Theatres of Kalamata, Lamia, Patras, Ioannina, Crete, Rhodes, Volos. In 2000 she won the costume design prize awarded by Athinorama magazine. For the Greek National Opera she has designed the costumes for numerous productions.