Cast & Creatives

Michael Taylor

Set Design and Costume Designer

Current and future work includes: The Best Man (UK Tour), Scrooge The Musical (The Curve, Leicester) and The Winslow Boy (UK Tour).

Past work includes: Silver Lining (ETT, UK Tour), Two Way Mirror (Theatre by the Lake, Keswick) What The Butler Saw (The Curve Theatre, Leicester and Theatre Royal Bath), The Dresser (Duke of York’s, West End, dir. Sean Foley), A Christmas Carol (Corby Cube Theatre), All My Sons (Rose Theatre Kingston and Hong Kong), The Lonesome West (Tron Theatre), Lawrence After Arabia, Observe The Sons Of Ulster Marching Towards The Sun, Clever Dick, Out In The Open, Keepers, The Awakening, My Boy Jack (Hampstead Theatre), The Crucible, Waiting For Godot, Faith Healer, A View From The Bridge, The Price, The Cherry Orchard, The Man Who Had All The Luck, All My Sons, Les Liasions Dangereuses, and Death Of A Salesman (Edinburgh Lyceum), Olivier Award nomination for Best Designer - The Lady Killers (Vaudeville Theatre, West End), A Streetcar Named Desire (The Curve, Leicester), Ben Hur (Tricycle), The Heresy Of Love, Doctor Scroggy’s War, Blue, Anne Boleyn, All’s Well That Ends Well, The Winter’s Tale, and In Extremis/Eternal Love (Shakespeare’s Globe and UK Tours), After Electra (Plymouth Theatre Royal, Tricycle), Dead Simple (UK Tour), Eternal Love: The Story of Abelard and Heloise (ETT UK Tour), Chin Chin (Bill Kenwright UK Tour), A Little Hotel On The Side (Theatre Royal Bath), Sherlock Holmes: The Best Kept Secret (West Yorkshire Playhouse & UK Tour), The Misanthrope (Liverpool Playhouse and UK Tour), A Christmas Carol (Royal & Derngate), The Clean House (UK Tour), Shadow Of A Gunman and John Bull’s Other Island (Tricycle Theatre), Amphibians (RSC), Mountain Language (written and directed by Harold Pinter, Royal National Theatre), Rafts and Image (Royal Court Theatre), Nova Scotia and The Road To Nirvana (Traverse), Darwin In Malibu (Birmingham Rep), Winding The Ball (Royal Exchange), Private Lives and Present Laughter (Theatre Royal Bath and Tour), Vita and Virginia (Altes Schauspielhaus, Stuttgart), The Fatherland and Millfire (Riverside Studios) and Time And The Conways (Bristol Old Vic).

He won the Drama Magazine Best Designer Award for Tony Marchant’s The Attractions. For the Ladykillers, he has received nominations for Best Set Design at the Olivier Awards and the Whatsonstage.com Awards 2012/2013.

Michael trained as a designer at RADA.

www.michaeltaylortheatredesign.co.uk/


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