Drew Taylor is a theatre maker based in Glasgow whose art has been seen throughout the UK, from Ipswich to Inverurie, from Bettyhill to the Barbican.
Drew works primarily as a director in a range of contexts, often adopting director/writer roles in production. He has worked on a variety of productions: small-scale interactive events, new playwriting festivals, live-art installations, large-scale outdoor performances, physical theatre and site specific works.
Drew’s work often centres around the visibility of LGBT communities and their normalisation.
As a practitioner Drew values his work in outreach and education as highly as his professional output.
Drew has worked with some of the most exciting theatrical voices in the UK:
Bryony Kimmings, Untitled Projects, The Basement Brighton - as part of Brighton International Festival, Hannah Jane Walker, The Arches Glasgow, Jack Webb, The Traverse Edinburgh, Emma Jayne Park, Hal Chambers, Eastern Angles, Jenna Watt, Brian Lobel, The Barbican London, Pamela Carter, The New Wolsey Ipswich, Kate Dickie, The Garage Norwich, Apples and Snakes, Luke Wright, The Junction Cambridge, Xena Gusthart and Hilary Westlake.