Chloe Petts: Alpha (Work In Progress)

Presented by Chloe Petts

Chloe Petts brings her "inexhaustibly funny mind" (Diva Magazine) and "compelling presence" (Steve Bennett, Chortle) to her work-in-progress show, Alpha.

Born in Sittingbourne in Kent, it was clear to Chloe that being masculine was only okay when it was on men, despite being very good at it. She explores what it's like to be a masculine woman living in the 21st Century and asks important questions about the size of tiny clutch bags.

Funny Women Award Runner Up 2017, Finalist Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year 2017, Winner at Life, join this exciting up-and-coming comedian prove that she is the second most Alpha woman in showbiz (after Clare Balding).

Comedy
Varies13 Feb — 08 Mar
Travelling Through Bookshop - Lower Marsh
Varies
£6.50
1hr 00m
15+
Combo OfferFemale LedLGBTQ+Work In Progress
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Dates

Wednesday 13 February Wed 13 Feb 20:15 Book Now
Saturday 16 February Sat 16 Feb 21:45 Book Now
Friday 8 March Fri 8 Mar 20:15 Book Now

About the company

Chloe Petts

Chloe Petts’ “inexhaustibly funny mind” (Diva Magazine) and “compelling presence” (Steve Bennett, Chortle) has established her as one of the most exciting new acts on the circuit.

Chloe is an alumna of the prestigious Pleasance Comedy Reserve, has been shortlisted for the BBC Comedy Award, was a finalist in the most recent Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year Awards and came runner-up in the Funny Women Awards 2017.

She has appeared on Channel 4’s Random Acts and BBC 3 Quickies.

She is a co-founder of The Lol Word, a queer comedy collective that hosts sell-out monthly London nights, boasting the finest female and non-binary queer acts on the circuit. Their most recent Edinburgh run was a sell-out. Diva Magazine has described it as “a space that is demographically queer, inclusive, and safe, and on top of all of that – the comedic talent is smart, insightful, hilarious, and completely relatable.”

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Press & Reviews

Praise for previous work:

Chortle: "compelling presence"
Diva Magazine: "inexhaustibly funny mind".