Claire Peate is an award winning scriptwriter and novelist.

She won BAFTA Rocliffe (film), as well as a BBC short film competition, and the Creative Industries Award from the Univeristy of South Wales. 

Her feature The Colour Room was released in cinemas in November 2021, and streamed by Sky Cinema.  It tells the story of working-class designer Clarice Cliff, and stars Phoebe Dynevor, Matthew Goode, Kerry Fox and David Morrisey.   

Claire has four novels published, has been nominated for Wales Book of the Year, was twice WHSmith’s pick of the week, and has spoken at the Hay Festival.

She has an MA in Scriptwriting and is represented by Andrew Mills (andrew@revolutiontalent.co.uk).



4 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi
    Just watched The Colour Room, my grandad Joseph Woolliscroft was one of the moulders for Clarice Cliff. He was spoken about in the book ‘ The Art of Bizarre ‘.
    Film was brilliant !!! Really enjoyed it. Thanks


  2. Just watched the film. Brilliant. Born and bred in Stoke. My grandfather was one of four who set up in the Michelin Factory in 1926, so you could say Stoke is in my blood. Thank you for bringing a bit of Stoke my living room in Kent. I am now homesick!!

    Thank you.


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