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Ethan Taylor

Training: Guildford School of Acting

Nominated for Best Actor at the British Horror Film Festival

Theatre credits include: Macbeth in Macbeth (This Is My Theatre), Bottom/Lysander in A Midsummer Night's Dream (This Is My Theatre), Long John Silver in Treasure Island (The Hawth Theatre), Athos in The Three Musketeers (This Is My Theatre), Nurse in Romeo & Juliet (This Is My Theatre), Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol (This Is My Theatre), Badger in The Wind in the Willows (This Is My Theatre), John Worthing in The Importance of Being Earnest (This Is My Theatre), Letholdus in A Norman’s Tale (This Is My Theatre), William Babington in Le Chateau (Onatti Productions), Rob in Rob and The Hoodies (Vienna's English Theatre), Sam in The Calm (Who Said Theatre)

Film/TV credits include: Olivier in Dark Strings (Morley Motion Pictures), Casey in The Jack in the Box (Fowler Media), Benjamin Geen in Nurses Who Kill (FirstLookTV/CBS Reality), Lewis Daynes in Stalkers Who Kill (First Look TV,) Darren in Hallows Eve (Filmic Media/Moviehouse Entertainment), Sam in Curse Of The Witch’s Doll (Up A Notch Productions), Jack in Intransit (The Bigfoot Project), Eli in Blood and Bones (Ben Rider Films), Cody in Perran (Hard Road Films), Colin in The Hacker (JayEz Productions), Raiden in Within The Fray (Crucible Films)

Kit Loyd

Training: ArtsED and RADA (Foundation)

Winner of the ‘Film Enterprise Award’ at Little Wing Film Festival (sponsored by the BBC)

Theatre credits include: Luke in Sunday Bloody Sunday (Harold Pinter Theatre), Sebastian in Twelfth Night (Leicester Square Theatre), Cloten in Cymbeline (Cambridge Shakespeare Festival), M-Cat in Big Brother Blitzkrieg (Pitter Pill Theatre), Alex in The Crumple Zone (LAMBCO), John Little in Rob & The Hoodies (Vienna’s English Theatre), Bengt in Happy Yet? (Above the Moon) Antiochus, Simonides, Cerimon, Panda in Pericles (Cambridge Shakespeare Festival)

Film/TV credits include: Undergraduate in The Happy Prince (BBC Films), Liam in Hutching Up (Naughty Step Productions), Paul in The Audition (Self Produced), Tim in Role Play (Self Produced).


Half-Time Orange

We are Half-Time Orange, a brand-new theatre company dedicated to producing innovative and exciting work tackling contemporary social issues.

With an emphasis on accessibility and outreach the company looks to work alongside local venues and charitable organisations in order to better engage communities as well as raise awareness and support for those affected by the topics addressed.


"Everyone is peddling something. Even if they don’t know they are…”

Alex’s weekly squash match is interrupted by Dean, an outspoken stranger who seems to know more about Alex than first may seem…

Squash is an hour-long dark comedy that explores the effects of misinformation surrounding health and wellbeing. From “fad culture” to wellness brands the show looks at what can be gleaned through the mass of information available today as well as the effect the distortion of truth can have on both physical and mental health.

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Sport In Mind

We are proud to be working with charity Sport In Mind, the UK's leading mental health sports charity who"deliver physical activity (sport, walking, dance and movement, gardening and exercise sessions) projects in partnership with the amazing NHS in order to aid recovery, promote mental wellbeing, improve physical health, combat social isolation and empower people to move their lives forward in a positive direction."

We will be donating £1.50 from each ticket sold for our upcoming show Squash (touring January - March 2021) to help support the incredible work Sport In Mind does through the positive impact of physical activity.

You can also donate today via their website:

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