Johanna Taylor


I am a Producer based in London who works with performing arts, digital and visual artists to create work that informs, delights and inspires audiences.
I care about work that is vibrant, representative and contemporary. Work that pushes the boundaries of form, blends artforms and provides something new. Work that makes audiences think deeply about important issues, and maybe goes a way to helping them better understand the world around them.
I work closely with creatives from idea generation to presentation and am passionate about bringing order to chaos with sensitivity around the creative process.
I was born in eSwatini to a Swazi mum and English dad, raised in Derby and, after ping-ponging around the Midlands a bit, now live in London.
In 2018, I founded No Stone Theatre with my dear friend and collaborator, Nicholas Pitt. Together, we created the podcast Seeds. You can find out more about that in the “Work” bit of this website.
Since starting my career in 2012, I’ve worked with world class organisations including Dance4, Birmingham Repertory Theatre, Arts Council England, the Barbican and the Museum of London. When I’m not producing, you can find me working as Project Coordinator for Culture Mile.
I’m very proud to be on Stage One’s Bridge the Gap Programme which was set up to encourage the diversity of Commercial Theatre Producers.
I’ve been Treasurer for Foan & Fortune - a lovely female-led theatre puppetry company - since 2019.


  • Dance
  • Drama
  • Mixed Media
  • Physical


  • Community
  • Disability
  • New Writing
  • Site Specific
  • Young Peoples

Organisation Type

  • touring