Molly Taylor is a writer and theatre-maker who specialises in creating original performances inspired by the everyday. She blends lyrical yet down-to-earth storytelling to celebrate the relationship between the microcosm -  small, personal, idiosyncratic stories – and the macrocosm; the communities we inhabit. Her work is often drawn from research and autobiography, and she has worked extensively in the participatory sector.

She aims to create powerful and relatable work about how we live our lives today. Recent projects include: See Me Now (Young Vic / HighTide / Look Left Look Right), an original performance created with male, female and transgender sex workers. In 2017 she wrote And Yet It Moves (Young Vic Taking Part), and in 2016 she wrote and created The Neighbourhood Project (Bush Theatre), with a community company of local residents. As a playwright, her one-woman show ‘Love Letters to the Public Transport System’ was produced by the National Theatre of Scotland and enjoyed a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2012, was nominated for ‘Best New Play’ at the Scottish Critics’ Awards, and was performed at the Royal Court, London in 2013. It has since been translated into Norwegian, and was awarded the Critics Circle Award at the Adelaide Fringe in 2018. As an associate of Look Left Look Right she has written plays commissioned by Unicef, The Wellcome Trust, and had her work supported by the British Council in Nigeria and Sri Lanka.

Writer

Extinguished Things 
And Yet It Moves
See Me Now

Cacophony 
Shell and Davey at the Start and the End

Performer

Extinguished Things 

Love Letters to the Public Transport System

Still

Caravan

Leaving Planet Earth

Facilitator

National Theatre

National Theatre of Scotland

Bush Theatre

Yard Theatre

Young Vic

Central School of Speech and Drama

Theatre Maker

The Neighbourhood Project - Bush Theatre

And yet it Moves - Young Vic

©2018 by Sam Thornber and Harriet Bolwell
 

  • Facebook
  • Twitter