We are Stumble Trip Theatre


Meet the crew

Stumble Trip Theatre was created in 2017 by Chloe and Grace when they met at the Jacques Lecoq School, Paris.

They’re first show ‘Heather and Harry’ toured in the UK and internationally. “Boundlessly energetic Le-Coq trained clowns... create a theatrical experience that is truly unique” - Three Weeks. Their second show Frills and Spills is in development and will continue to tour in 2020 and 2021.


Grace Church

Grace is a theatre-maker, performer & workshop leader. She studied at Jacques Lecoq, Paris and has a first class BA in English Lit and Drama from UEA. She is an associate artist with Guttersnipe Theatre.


Chloe Young

Chloe is an actor, dancer, theatre maker and workshop facilitator based in London. She trained at The Arts Educational school Chiswick, has a degree in drama from Exeter University and studied at Jacques Lecoq, Paris.



Stumble Trip’s stories are performed in diverse venues, often in collaboration with Embers Collective. Stories include ‘Herbaceous Kitchen Invasion, ‘Fallen Angel’ and ‘Sisters’.


Contact Stumble Trip

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Theatre Making

Stumble Trip combine their ‘multiple skills, classic storytelling and madcap humour’ (FringeReview) with extravagant costume in an absurd cabaret exploring privilege.

Including their shows ‘Frills and Spills’ and ‘Heather and Harry’, find out more and watch the video by clicking below.



Stumble Trip run workshops on body language and body image. The workshops involve movement, games, breathing and positive discussion.

They equip participants with a set of practical tools for combatting low confidence and self esteem whilst shunning potentially negative stereotypes surrounding our bodies.


The people we work with