In 2015 Chloë celebrated 15 years of making audiences giggle, dream – and think.
She came to the Cotswolds in 1995 and for 21 years rented cottages on farms. The rural landscape, clean air and quiet saved her during crippling depression, the social life not so much.
Having pruned her bookshelves, and luckily having always limited herself to 2 cats, in spring 2017 she moved to the giddy excitements of Cheltenham.
Chloë’s childhood was spent in Cambridge and Berkshire. She attended London University, graduating with a Combined Honours degree in French & Drama (1983). Much of the drama element consisted of stagecraft taught at Central School of Speech & Drama.
• Storytelling courses 1997-99; 2001, 02, 04, 05
• Commedia dell’arte 2008
• Shakespeare performance 2007
• Digital Marketing 2017
She misses speaking French. Perhaps Cheltenham will have more café society?
Her mission continues: to boldly take performance storytelling where it’s never gone before.
- 2010–2012: Chloë was Guest Speaker aboard Fred Olsen cruise ships, telling tales from every port of call. A multi cultural feast of legends and folktales!
- 2016: publicity image by Andy Manns. Chloë (left) with author + storyteller Beth Webb, the night we started planning Shifting Times story promenade show for Bridgwater Arts Centre 70th anniversary