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Ayesha Tansey
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An actor, creative producer and founding member of company HOAX, who blend text, physical theatre and comedy to give voice to social and ecological issues.

Camilla Cancantata
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A composer, improviser and performer who is currently focused on work with Terabac, composing songs about bugs and devising music inspired by the language of pheromones.

Claire Dean
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A writer, editor, performer, project-maker and researcher exploring ways of bringing together traditional story forms and science communication with a focus on ecological wonder tales.

Daniel Bye
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A writer and performer of work for theatre, wrestling down big ideas about the world until they’re small enough for us all to swallow.

Flavia Bertram
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A physical theatre performer and director and founding member of HOAX, specialising in concrete pipe dreams and provocative contemporary work.

Helena Paul
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A poet, writer, performer and musician working on tropical forests and land rights, oil extraction, biological diversity, patents on life, biofuels, climate change and much more.

Justina Hart
is a ClimateCultures Author
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A poet, short story writer and performer, and a fledgling singer-songwriter whose first song is an offshoot from her poetry commission from Weatherfronts 2016.

Paul Michael Henry
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A performance maker whose dance, music, ritual and writing deal with love, neglect of body, destruction of environment and atrophy of soul in consumerist society.

Sarah Hymas
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A poet, performer and artistbook maker focusing on the sea, its ecosystems and its interdependence with people, and the impacts of climate change and pollution.

Scarlet Hall
is a ClimateCultures Author
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An artist who co-creates spaces of naming, questioning, healing and desiring in dedication to humans and non-humans who experience intimately the violent consequences of our disconnect.

Stephen Peake
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A senior lecturer in Environmental Technologies (Open University), writer and performer of playful attempts at disrupting our relationship with climate change: science, psychology and surreal dance.

Susan Richardson
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A poet, performer, educator and editor whose work engages a range of environmental issues including wildlife conservation and climate change.