Chloé Elwood began her career Front of House at the Bristol Old Vic in 2001, leaving in 2002 to become Assistant to the Director at Oxford Playhouse. Moving to London after two years, she worked with independent producer and general manager Mark Rubinstein on West End projects including By The Bog of Cats, Whose Life Is It Anyway?, Otherwise Engaged, Sunday In The Park With George, Bent, Glengarry Glen Ross, The Magic Flute (Impempe Yomlingo) and La Clique (later La Soirée). She left in 2010 to take over the general management of War Horse at the New London Theatre and stayed with the newly-formed National Theatre Productions to general manage One Man, Two Guvnors at the Theatre Royal Haymarket and on a 45-week tour of the UK and Ireland. Since early 2015 she has been back at Bristol Old Vic as Executive Producer. She has two young boys and now lives in Bristol.