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Chloe of the Midnight Storytellers by Jenny Aston / Silver Apples Photography

For adults
Feisty, funny and wickedly feminine: Chloë is a spoken word artist with theatre training, 15 years’ experience and powerful stage presence
– Where storytelling meets stand-up … plus poetic lyricism
– A speaking voice “like chocolate melting over a bonfire”
– A gifted raconteur performing a rare blend of traditional, contemporary and original stories.

For children
– Gorgeously costumed Agent Green the Dragon Whisperer tells Dragon Tales from around the world
– Fabulously scruffy Nightshade tells Wildwood Tales and Lost Legends of Britain.

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RECENT CLIENTS + SHOWS
  

Chloë with mic in hand at ArTournament event, Gloucester

Story Cabaret for adults (photo by Kim Fordwoh)

• Cheltenham Poetry Festival, Stroud Theatre Festival, Windsor Fringe 2015Scheherazade’s Shed – new contemporary story cabaret show – “Innovative, imaginative, a festival highlight” (Anna Saunders, CPF Director)
“Wonderful stories with unexpected endings”
“Refreshing – a truly adult show, witty, self debunking, original”

• Malvern Storytellers 2015: Lost Legends of Britain  “A full house! Chloë captivated us with humour, depth of feeling and just total enjoyment. A brilliant evening!”

• Riverhouse Barn Arts Centre, London 2016; Cheltenham Poetry Festival 2014 Tales of Lust & Chocolate : “Funny, thought provoking – loved it!”

Bristol Story Festival 2014: joined the performers in Tales in the Dark; Bristol Story Slam (adults)

Boutique hotels, country inns: Festive Fables and Dragon Tales over Christmas at luxury boutique hotel Old Swan & Minster Mill, Oxfordshire (families and adults)

Fantasy/SF cons; Faerie events: grown up editions of Dragon Tales, spoof lecture Masterclass in the Care & Training of Dragons; How to Draw your Dragon workshop and Lost Legends of Britain performance at Tolkien Society international Return of the Ring conference (adults, fantasy fans)

Schools: busy Book Weeks in secondary and primary schools; 2016 Dragon Days at Abercrombie Primary School, Chesterfield, produced Hatchling Care Plans and How to Find a Dragon (& Survive!); 2014 the Dragon Whisperer toured Vale of Glamorgan libraries and primary schools, Wales (!); 2013 featured the joyously successful Bardic Battle workshops and gala contest with Year 7 and 8 students from four high schools in Merthyr Tydfil, Wales.

Midnight Storytellers title, Agent Green the Dragon Whisperer
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