Frankie-Rose Taylor (she/her)
Frankie is a performance artist, political activist, stand-up comedian and arts comms professional – which basically means she doesn’t get a chance to sleep much! A born and bred East Londoner, she graduated with a first class honours in Drama (Theatre and Media) from the University of South Wales in 2014, and spent two years working in West End theatre marketing and travelling before completing her Masters in Contemporary Performance Practice at the University of Kent, graduating with a distinction.
Her end of year autobiographical piece The Vagina Space was performed as part of the inaugural Grassmovement Festival in 2017, and she has MCed for Red Door Studios and Big Mouth Productions, as well as her own comedy open-mic night Comedy Altar. Frankie’s performance credits as an actor include work with Company 4 (Sherman Cymru), City of Cardiff Council and the National Youth Theatre, and she is proud to have co-founded CB4 Theatre with three of her closest pals.
When not in the spotlight, Frankie volunteers for the Green Party, standing for election on multiple occasions. She loves drinking earl grey tea.