Chloë Moss

Chloë Moss

Chloë Moss is an award-winning playwright and screenwriter. Her plays include: The Gatekeeper (Royal Exchange, Manchester, 2012); Fatal Light (part of Clean Break & Soho Theatre's Charged season, 2010); This Wide Night (Clean Break and Soho Theatre, 2008; winner of the 2009 Susan Smith Blackburn prize); The Way Home (Everyman, Liverpool, 2006); Christmas is Miles Away (Royal Exchange, Manchester, 2005; Bush Theatre, London, 2006) and How Love Is Spelt (Bush Theatre, London, 2004).

She has also written extensively for television. Credits include Six Wives (BBC One), Dickensian (BBC One), New Tricks (BBC One), The Smoke (Sky1) and Prisoners' Wives (BBC One).

She teaches the MA Playwriting course at the University of Manchester.

A tender portrayal of two women trying to start again after their release from prison.
A fresh, funny and playful tale of growing up and finding yourself in the city.
A touching play about adolescent friendship.
A spiky play about the clash between suburban and itinerant ways of life in present-day Liverpool.
A darkly comic play about the disintegration of a family get-together.
A short play about a young mother's inability to cope with separation from her daughter.