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Chloe Wade is an actor and theatremaker from Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. She trained at The International School of Screen Acting and is an alumna of WoLab’s Actor-Writer course, Mercury Theatre Creatives Programme and Papatango’s Producing Course. She is also a sponsored writer on Sheffield Theatres Bank Cohort, a scheme that supports the next generation of northern talent. Having worked in film, tv and theatre for over 10 years, Chloe is a versatile actor best known for playing Joanne Grantham in BBC’s Doctors, and the lead role of Emily Davis in the British independent film Honeycomb Lodge (Winner of Best Film at Delhi International Film Festival), directed by Lesley Manning (BBC’s Ghostwatch). She recently performed the role of Ophelia in The Secret Love Life of Ophelia, alongside Helen Mirren and can be seen on Sky On Demand playing the role of Emily in the film The Fall, directed by Robert Bathurst (Cold Feet/Downton Abbey). Chloe’s passions include bold, northern, feminist narratives, stories that give a voice to the voiceless, writing that utilizes humour to explore serious issues, and work that will have a long-lasting legacy and high impact. She is interested not only in how we make work, but also who we make work with and for, and strongly believes the arts should be accessible for anyone and everyone. Her writing has been performed at various venues across the UK, including Greenwich Theatre, Hull Truck, Stephen Joseph Theatre, Belgrade Theatre, Lawrence Batley, & Storyhouse. Chloe is the reigning champion at Birmingham Rep Theatre’s Monologue Slam with her self-penned comedy piece May I Take Your Order and can be seen in the new Amazon rom-com Upgraded, alongside Camila Mendes. As SHE Likes It is Chloe’s inaugural show under Chloe Wade Productions, a company that creates projects with social purpose, artistic integrity and creates a space for social change.


Tilly trained at the Anna Scher Theatre and has worked as an actress since childhood. Most recently she appeared as Momo in The Velveteen Rabbit on Apple TV (Christmas 2023), and as Hilda in Inside Man on BBC 1 and Netflix.  Other screen credits include Ferryman, The Pact 2, Dalgliesh, The Chelsea Detective, Maigret, Vera, Call The Midwife, Honeycomb Lodge, Teenage Health Freak, Holding On, Thomas Vinterberg’s Far From the Madding Crowd, and Mike Leigh’s Peterloo, Vera Drake and Meantime. She also starred in Jake Mann’s short film Karen and will soon be seen in Matterhorn shot in Switzerland, and in I Am Super, shot in Brighton. The latter is currently being adapted into a feature to be shot in Brighton in the Spring.  She has also worked extensively on stage and was in the original production of Philip Ridley’s The Pitchfork Disney and in Tony Marchant’s Raspberry. 

Tilly directed A Better Woman by Simon Mendes de Costa at the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury, and The Greater Game at the Southwark Playhouse.  For MTA she directed Ting Tang Mine by Nick Darke, at the Courtyard, By the Bog of Cats by Marina Carr, Welcome to Thebes by Moira Buffini, and Tess of the d’Urbervilles all at the Bernie Grant Arts Centre, and Boy’s Life by Howard Korder, The Love of the Nightingale by Timberlake Wertenbaker and Our Mutual Friend at the Tower Theatre.  She also directed New Year’s Date by Simon Mendes da Costa, The Man From Clare by Jaki McCarrick,and Harry Is Asking by Katharina Rodda, all for Omniwrite at the Omnibus Theatre. She’s directed many play readings for RADA and is a director on the RADA Contemporary Drama Summer School. 

She was a writer on Paul Merton’s Radio 4 series Late, and her short film Domestic Flight played in festivals from LIFF to Palm Springs. She adapted Our Mutual Friend by Charles Dickens for the stage. She has written a full- length original screenplay The Angel and the Shark developed with Leopard Films. She is currently working on a screen adaptation of a children’s novel.

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Morgan is an Olivier Award winning playwright and screenwriter. She was commissioned by The Globe to write Emilia which became a hit show in summer 2018 before transferring to the West End in 2019, winning three Olivier awards. She is currently adapting three of her plays for film, including Emilia and Mum. Her adaptation of her play The Wasp completed filming at the end of 2022 starring Naomie Harris and Natalie Dormer and directed by Guillem Morales. She is working on a number of TV projects including an adaptation of Damage by Josephine Hart for Moonage, Gaumont and Netflix, which aired in April 2023 on Netflix under the title Obsession. She has worked extensively with Clean Break, a feminist theatre company working with women with experience of prison. Her commission Typical Girls, a play set in a women’s prison featuring the music of The Slits, ran at the Sheffield Crucible in 2021. Her play Mum ran at Plymouth Theatre Royal and Soho Theatre in 2021, with another new play for High Tide, When the Long Trick’s Over, which toured last year after a run at the New Wolsey Theatre in Ipswich. She also runs a theatre company called Terrifying Women with Abi Zakarian, Sampira and Amanda Castro which produces new horror plays written by women. Morgan’s previous plays Belongings and The Wasp were both produced at the Hampstead Theatre and Trafalgar Studios. Belongings was shortlisted for The Charles Wintour Most Promising Playwright Award. Current theatre projects include Cake which had a short tour earlier in 2023 and is due to be fully realised later in the year, she has co-written the book for it, and Coven which is still in workshop but is due to go into production in 2024. She has also co-written the book for this.

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Danica is an independent producer who primarily works with new writing that packs a punch, often with female-led stories at their heart. She has developed and produced a number of theatre shows which have been performed across the UK and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Recent credits include the world premiere of Edith at The Lowry, Salford and Still Floating at Summerhall.

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cast & further creative team

To see the freesheet for the cast & creative team for the 2024 tour of As SHE Likes It, please click below.

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Solace is the leading specialist MVAWG charity in London, with nearly 50 years’ experience working with survivors of Male Violence Against Women and Girls (MVAWG). They deliver eight core multi-disciplinary empowering services that support women and from the moment of crisis to recovery and independence. They offer ongoing support to survivors, helping them to rebuild their lives through advice, advocacy, and support. They also provide safe refuge and move-on accommodation to women and children made homeless through MVAWG. Their 1-1 counselling, group work and specialist holistic therapies help survivors recover after experiencing traumatic abuse. Their rape crisis service offers a range of services to women and girls 13+ who have experienced any form of sexual violence at any time in their lives. Their Children and Young People’s (CYP) team delivers a range of services, including prevention work for families and young people living in the community. They work in partnership, working together to support each other at the grassroots to grow and build capacity to enable us all to support more women in our communities. Solace are supporting the project by being part of a panel discussion about #MeToo movement (following Greenwich Theatre Press Night) & offering wraparound care after the show.

Out in the Bay is an organisation which focuses on providing support and spreading awareness for 2SLGBTQIA people. They run 1-1 support sessions and groups each week for queer people who want support or advice, and anyone else who wants to raise their own awareness about 2SLGBTQIA people and the challenges we face. They are passionate about mental health and work to promote mental wellbeing in all areas of life. Their organisation is run by queer people, and they do not discriminate on any grounds.

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