Chloe Todd Fordham is an award-winning playwright from London. Her play Sound of Silence won a Bruntwood Prize Judges Award in 2015. Her play The Next Generation was shortlisted for the 2017 Writers in Theatre Award, run by Out of Joint. Her first play Land’s End was developed while studying at Goldsmiths University and through the the Arcola’s inaugural PlayWROUGHT festival, and was later shortlisted for Theatre503’s Playwriting Award in 2014. Short plays include: The Nightclub (originally commissioned by MamaQuilla as part of Acts of Defiance at Theatre503, later developed for Sphinx’s Women Centre Stage Festival at Hampstead Theatre), Play 9 (for PLAY Theatre Company, Vault Festival), Chicken and Chips, part of EleXion (Theatre503). Chloe is a graduate of the 503Five, Theatre503’s writer residency scheme and has attended the Kenyon College Playwrights Conference in Ohio (supported by Bruntwood and the Royal Exchange). She has an MA in Writing for Performance from Goldsmiths University. Chloe currently also works as the Literary Manager at Graeae Theatre Company.