Chloe McLaughlin is an actress, writer and theatre maker based in Manchester, who graduated from the University of Salford in 2015 with a first class honours degree in Performance, Drama and Theatre.
Chloe has written numerous plays including the mystery ‘Murder on Malice Court’ and ‘101’ a one-woman show focusing on hate crime, both of which she also appeared in. She has also performed in 'To Russia With Love', part of Queer Contact in 2014, as pole-vaulter, Yelena Isinbayeva. Most recently has been touring Manchester and Lancashire schools with Hope Theatre Company performing anti-homophobia play Out/Loud.
Chloe has also worked with 24:7 Theatre Festival through their Foot in the Door programme, and as a production assistant on plays ‘Gary: A Love Story’ and ‘The Lonely Walk Home’. She is currently working with the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester as part of their Young Creatives programme as a Young Facilitator and also works as a transcriber for theatre.
Chloe's short story, 'The Snow Wolves' appears in the Erimem anthology, 'Into the Unknown'.