Angus Taylor will appear in a touring production of The Lost Elves in various venues across Scotland with The Gaiety Theatre. Performances will run from December 4 – 20 2021. More information on locations and dates can be found, here.
‘It’s almost Christmas but the Elves have crash landed! The Elves have accidentally stolen Santa’s Sleigh and are lost far from home. They need to get back to the North Pole in time to give Santa his sleigh back or there will be no Christmas… Can they get home? Who will help them? And what are these particular creatures called ‘humans’? An original and fun-filled festive show for wee ones set in the local community with a sprinkle of magic dust. The interactive show will capture children’s imagination and have them laughing, singing and dancing their way into Christmas.’
Romeo and Juliet – Cumbernauld Theatre
Brennan Artists’ Angus Taylor is currently in rehearsals for Cumbernauld Theatre’s production of Romeo and Juliet at brand new venue Lanternhouse!
One of the most famous and classic stories of all time, this 21st century Romeo and Juliet reminds us that acts of love and sacrifice can bring hope and change in the face of darkness.
Performances running 8 Oct – 9 Oct. More info and tickets available, here.Mouthpiece – Carol Tambor Best of Edinburgh Award
We’re delighted for Angus Taylor , Kieran Hurley and everyone involved in Mouthpiece, which has just been awarded the 2019 Carol Tambor Best of Edinburgh Award.
The award, presented annually by the Carol Tambor Theatrical Foundation, is to support a New York transfer for a production from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Congratulations to Kieran, Angus, and everyone involved!Angus Taylor – The Stage Edinburgh Awards 2019
We’re so delighted for our client, Angus Taylor, who’s picked up The Stage Edinburgh Award for Mouthpiece, alongside his co-star Shauna McDonald!
The accolades are given out weekly throughout the Edinburgh Fringe and celebrate outstanding performances at the festival. Angus’s work in Mouthpiece – his debut performance at the Festival – was described by The Stage journalist Fergus Morgan as “almost unbearably raw, full of pain, anger and confusion…superb, in a superb play.”
So many congratulations, Angus – a very well-deserved win!Mouthpiece – Traverse Theatre
We’re thrilled to announce our client Angus Taylor has joined the cast of Kieran Hurley’s Mouthpiece, returning to the Traverse for the 2019 Festival Season.
Salisbury Crags. Twilight. A woman takes a step forward into the air. A teenage boy pulls her back. Two lives are changed forever.
Libby whiles away her days in New Town cafes and still calls herself a writer. Declan is a talented young artist struggling with a volatile home on the city’s outskirts. As they form an uneasy friendship, complicated by class and culture, Libby spots an opportunity to put herself back on track, and really make a difference.
Frank, unflinching and threaded with unexpected humour, Mouthpiece takes a look at two different sides of Edinburgh that exist in ignorance of one another, and asks whether it’s possible to tell someone else’s story without exploiting them along the way.
From the award-winning writer of Beats (now a motion picture) and directed by former Traverse Artistic Director Orla O’Loughlin.
Runs Thursday 1 August – Sunday 25 August
For tickets and more info click here