Florence Taylor read History at Queen Mary University and weaves her love of studying the past into creating Voices Across Time’s historically based productions. She is currently studying at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama on the MA Creative Producing Course and is looking forward to sharing these productions and experiences with her peers in London as well as working on international events with prestigious bodies such as The Royal British Legion.
Voices Across Time is an immersive theatre group that uniquely music and history in their original shows. With a focus on British history, Voices Across Time weave together the social, political and musical to deliver shows that remember the past, revive it and reimagine it on stage.
Based in Oxfordshire, Voices Across Time was formed in 2016 and consists of 3 core team members alongside a continuously growing network of artists, designers, technicians and volunteers.
As well as supporting local and national charities at their shows, Voices Across Time launched their Community Outreach Programme in 2018 which seeks to bring music and storytelling to the community in order to aid wellbeing, education and reach those who may not be able to access such experiences very easily.
After studying Music at Manchester University, Harriet completed her MA in Psychology of Music which has been instrumental in her work developing Voices Across Time’s Community Outreach Programme. Harriet has worked as a Producer across film, theatre and radio. A number of her projects have won awards, been showcased at national venues and have gained international recognition.
Joseph graduated from the Royal Welsh College of Music and has recently finished a fellowship at the Royal Academy of Music. Joseph works mostly with music for the stage as well as using music as an educational tool. He is currently working for the Royal Shakespeare Company as musical director and mentor to schools across the UK producing versions of ‘Matilda the Musical’. As an in-demand accompanist, Joe has performed at many prestigious places such as Wigmore Hall, The Royal Opera House and the National Theatre.