Maisy Taylor is a highly skilled aerialist, artist, teacher and director with a love of contemporary performance.
Born into a circus family, Maisy has been performing from a very young age. Since graduating from the National Centre for Circus Arts in 2015, Maisy has gone on to teach and perform globally, creating and directing her own highly acclaimed work such as ‘Everything I see I Swallow’.
Most of Maisy’s work is slow lyrical aerial theatre, often using text and props.
Lorraine Moynehan has worked as an aerial performer, tutor and choreographer for over 20 years.
Aerial and circus devising credits include English National Ballet (Trapeze) Kneehigh (Nights at the Circus) and 12 touring productions with Proteus, including Elephant Man, which was taken to New York for the Brits Off Broadway festival.
Lorraine has taught at the National Centre for many years, shaping and inspiring the next generation of circus artists across our recreational and education programmes.
In 2012, Lorraine was also a part of the teaching team training performers for the Paralympic opening and closing ceremonies.