About

Stumble Trip is the lovechild of the aforementioned lasses.

Here they are pretending to be normal…

Just incase anyone fancy were to stumble upon this.

The Lasses

  • Photo Credits: Caro Photography

    Grace Church is an actor and theatre-maker from Brighton.

    She trained at the University of East Anglia   2011-2014 and then the Jacques Lecoq School 2015-2017.

    She created the theatre company Guttersnipe Theatre in 2014 who enjoyed a sell-out run at Brighton Fringe 2015 with their play ‘You Before Me’.

    She then co-created ‘MOONFACE’ for Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016 –

    ‘A bittersweet examination of growing pains, devised with precision and intelligence, and performed with honesty and joy’ – Broadway Baby, 5 star review

    She recently filmed a virtual reality project Marie Antoinette VR, directed by Carol Liu in Paris, in which she played Marie Antoinette.

  • Chloe Young
    Photo Credits: Caro Photography

    Chloe Young is an actor, dancer and theatre-maker from Bristol.

    She started professional training at the Arts Educational School London in 2006 where she studied for two years. She then studied Drama at Exeter University from 2010-2013. Chloe has recently graduated from the Jacques Lecoq School where she met Grace and formed Stumble Trip Theatre.

    Chloe has a diverse background in classical theatre, dance, singing and physical theatre.

    She is an experienced performer and starred in the sell-out run of ‘Breathing Corpses’ by Laura Wade at the Edinburgh Fringe 2013-

    “A performance too look out for: Chloe Young is a complex blend of heartfelt sympathy and gritted frustration.” –5 star Breathing Corpses Edinburgh Fringe.

    She is currently working on a devised physical theatre project ‘The Family Blimp’ with newly formed international theatre company The Klump.

    Collaborators

    Claire Parry – Our musician M.D. and Assistant Director.

Claire Parry is a theatre maker, performer, musician and educator based in London.

She trained in physical Theatre at Ecole Jacques Lecoq and has also had extensive training in music and dance; she uses all these facets of the performing arts when creating and delivering workshops around Europe. She has worked with a range of organisations such as Theatre Tots and Eastern Angles, to support artists within the UK.

Claire creates theatre and comedy which plays on the thin lines between humour and tragedy in order to interrogate contemporary social themes with results that are both comic and poignant. Claire employs clowning, the absurd and music in her devised work.