Chloe Petts

Chloe Petts’ is “one of the most compelling young comics” (Brian Logan, The Guardian) and “clearly a rising star whose name will soon be in lights” (The Telegraph). This has established her as one of the most exciting up & coming acts on the circuit.

This year she performed her debut show Transience to sold-out audiences at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and for two 5-night runs at Soho Theatre, then touring the rest of the UK until the summer. Receiving rave reviews from publications including The Guardian,  The Telegraph, The Evening Standard. With 5 stars from Gwendolyn Smith (The i) describing the show as a “barnstormer of a Fringe debut.” 

An alumna of the prestigious Pleasance Comedy Reserve, shortlisted for the BBC Comedy Award, finalist of Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year Awards 2017 and runner-up in the Funny Women Awards 2017. Last year she supported Ed Gamble on his tour Electric to over 100,000 audience members across the country.

On television and radio, Chloe has been a regular on The Frank Skinner Show (Absolute Radio), World Cup Breakfast (Sky Sports) for the most recent Men’s Football World Cup 2022 and previously for Good Morning Euros (Sky Sports) for the UEFA Women’s Euros, and has also appeared on Jonathan Ross’s Comedy Club (ITV), The Stand-Up Sketch Show (ITV2), Richard Osman’s House of Games (BBC Two), Random Acts (Channel 4), Hypothetical (Dave), Fighting Talk (BBC Radio 5 Live), BBC Three Quickies (BBC Three), as well as recently winning Pointless Celebrities (BBC One). In terms of podcasts, Chloe has appeared on Off Menu, Films to Buried With and The Guilty Feminist.

She is a co-founder of The Lol Word, a queer comedy collective that hosts sell-out monthly London nights, boasting the finest female and non-binary queer acts on the circuit. Their most recent Edinburgh run was a sell-out. Diva Magazine has described it as “a space that is demographically queer, inclusive, and safe, and on top of all of that – the comedic talent is smart, insightful, hilarious, and completely relatable.”