Monkhead was founded in 2017 by Nico Pimparé and Chloë Myerson, with our debut play Dead souls receiving critical acclaim for its sold out run at Theatre N16. We have worked in the UK, France and Senegal and don’t intend to stop there. Our work has been presented at the Young Vic (Freshworks), the Bunker Theatre, Voice4Thought International Festival Dakar, Theatre N16 and the Blue Elephant Theatre.



Nico is a French-Indian actor, director and ex-physicist.

He is represented in Paris by Noma Talents and in London by Rosebery Management.

As a director, he has worked at the Young Vic (Freshworks), the Bunker Theatre, the Courtyard Theatre, the Blue Elephant Theatre and Theatre N16. He is a script reader for the Bunker Theatre.

As an actor, Nico recently shot Dhaka with Chris Hemsworth and the Russo Brothers, to be released on Netflix in 2019. Other screen work includes SILENT WITNESS for BBC1 and short films for the BFI and BBC Radio 4. Stage credits include the Lyric Hammersmith, the National Theatre, Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch, the New Wolsey, Richmix, Camden People’s Theatre, the Blue Elephant and the Bread & Roses.



Chloë is a TV and theatre writer from South London.

She is represented by The Agency and is currently developing Bastards and Mansfield Park with Wall to Wall (Warner Bros.) and I Was Young When I Left Home for Island Pictures.

She graduated from Warwick University with a first class degree in 2013. Her first TV script, Sick, was developed by Hat Trick. Her second script, Green Hundred Road, was optioned by 42 Productions.

She has been long-listed for the Old Vic 12 award, for the Papatango New Writing Prize and the National Poetry Award. Her work has been performed at the Bunker Theatre, Vault Festival, the Young Vic (Freshworks) and the Blue Elephant. Her first full-length play, Dead Souls at Theatre N16, received critical acclaim when it ran in July 2017.