Chloe is a dance artist and performer originally from Hull, currently based in Liverpool. She began her professional training at 16 with East Riding Youth Dance County Company, where she gained performance experience at youth platforms across Yorkshire and the North East, before moving to Liverpool to continue her training at Liverpool Hope University. Since receiving her BA Hons in Dance and Drama in 2020, Chloe has worked as a dance teacher, performer and facilitator on a variety of projects across the North West.
Chloe is currently a freelance dance teacher, choreographic assistant and facilitator, where she has worked for dance organisations across the region. These projects include ‘LEGENDS’, a mass
movement piece funded by Knowsley Council performed by 100 local dancers, a press night performance at Shakespeare North’s ‘A Christmas Carol’ and [20 Steps], a dance for camera piece and
accompanying workshop created by WigLe Dance and funded by Wigan Council to tour secondary schools across Greater Manchester. Chloe also regularly teaches in dance schools across the region, teaching a variety of styles including contemporary, musical theatre, jazz and ballet to students of all abilities aged 4-16.
As a contemporary dancer, Chloe has performed across the North West with organisations such as Cheshire Dance, The Empire Theatre, WigLe Dance and SMG Dance Collective at public performances for Chester Pride, LightNight Festivals 2020/2021 and International Women’s Day. She is also the founder and co-director of Bite! Theatre, a feminist theatre company established in 2019 which creates intimate & eclectic performance that connects to local women. Chloe worked as a writer, director, and performer on their performance of ‘Pucker Up’ which debuted at the Angel Fields Festival in June 2021. She is currently writing their second project ‘Bury the Hatchet’, inspired from her own experiences, which is in development and hopes to debut in 2023.
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