Creator and performer Claire Gaydon


Associate directors Jaz Woodcock-Stewart and Grace Gibson

Music James Jacob

Additional Video Production Joseph Brett

Producer Phoebe Wall-Palmer

Photographer Tom Stayte

Developed with support from Lincoln Performing Arts Centre, Derby Theatre, Camden People’s Theatre , The Old Church and Arts Council England.

See-Through premiered at Summerhall Venues, Edinburgh Fringe 2018


13 Oct 2018 Nottingham Playhouse, Nottingham

21-24 Feb 2019 The Other Room, Cardiff

8-9 March 2019 Vaults Festival, London 

14 March 2019 Cast, Doncaster 

23-27 April 2019 Camden People's Theatre, London

31 May 2019 Derby Theatre, Derby

21 July 2019 Waterside Arts Centre, Sale

19 October 2019 Gulbenkian

27 October 2019 Lincoln Performing Arts Centre, Lincoln


26 March 2020 Stamford Arts Centre, tickets

3rd April 2020 Pound Arts Centre, Corsham tickets

7-9 April 2020 Battersea Arts Centre, London tickets

23 April 2020 Theatre Deli Sheffield, tickets

24 April 2020 Attenborough Arts Centre, Leicester tickets

29th April 2020 Arts at the Old Fire Station, Oxford tickets

7 May 2020 Hull Tuck Theatre, tickets


Ingenious and thought-provoking

Revealing...bittersweet look at vlogging, wanting to be famous and authenticity.

Lyn Gardner

Smart, well-crafted, funny...skewers the genre of video that demands such self-exposure

Hannah Greenstreet, Exeunt

An EdFringe GEM...warmly endearing & scarily relatable


Top 10 weirdest shows at the Fringe

Time Out of the most memorable shows of this year for me

The Psychologist

A fascinating, insightful hour

British Theatre Guide


I’ve never seen anything like it

★★★★ Broadway Baby


Well researched … intelligent ... entertaining

★★★★ The Wee Review


Provides a unique experience for its audience

★★★★  The Outlier

Insightful and compelling

★★★★ Arthurs Seat

Intimate and emotive...will have you thinking about it long after the production is over

★★★★ Get The Chance 

Deeply original...fresh, imaginative and thought-provoking

★★★ A Younger Theatre

a commendable work of style and subversion

★★★ The UpComing