Diagnosis Author 2016

Brian Lobel

Brian Lobel

Brian Lobel is co-director of The Sick of the Fringe with Tracy Gentles. Brian is a Senior Lecturer in Theatre at University of Chichester, a Wellcome Trust Public Engagement Fellow, a Core Artist for Forest Fringe and an Associate Artist with Performing Medicine. His performance work has been shown extensively in a variety of contexts internationally, and his publications include both academic journals, chapters and reviews, as well as creative texts, scripts and artist DVDs. 

www.blobelwarming.com

@blobelwarming

Michael Regnier

Michael Regnier

Michael is a science writer at the Wellcome Trust and Associate Editor of its longform publication, Mosaic. Before writing about medical research for a living, Michael wrote plays, the best of which was Time Out's Critics' Choice when it was performed in London in 2002. In his student days, he performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe twice - winning a Fringe First Award in 1996 remains one of his proudest achievements.

WEBSITE: CERTAINCONFUSION.WORDPRESS.COM

TWITTER: @MPR2020

 

Lewis Church

Lewis Church

Lewis Church is lead writer for The Sick Of The Fringe. He has co-ordinated writers at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017, Folkestone's Normal? Festival of the Brain 2017 and 2018, Strike A Light 2018 and Manchester International Festival 2017. He is an artist and writer based in London, whose work has also been published in PAJ, Exeunt, Loose Lips, East End Review and Something Other. Lewis has also produced commissioned pieces for SPILL Festival of Performance and Daily Life Ltd and taught at both Birkbeck and Queen Mary (University of London), the University of Edinburgh and the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama.

As an artist and producer he has worked with Ron Athey, Vaginal Davis, Franko B, Bobby Baker, Split Britches, Shabnam Shabazi, Sh!t Theatre and others.

WEBSITE: LEWISCHURCH.BLOGSPOT.CO.UK

TWITTER: @LEWISACHURCH

Maddy Costa

Maddy writes about theatre and music. She contributes to Exeunt and the Guardian, blogs at Deliq, edits the blog New Theatre in Your Neighbourhood in association with Fuel, and co-curates Something Other with Mary Paterson. She is resident critic with Chris Goode & Company.

WEBSITE: STATEOFDELIQUESCENCE.BLOGSPOT.CO.UK

TWITTER: @MADDYDELIQUETTE

Kate Wyver

Kate Wyver

Kate is reading Theatre and Performance Studies at the University of Bristol. She was Deputy Editor of the National Student Drama Festival’s magazine Noises Off, won the Sunday Times Harold Hobson Student Drama Critic Award and writes for Epigram and Exeunt. She was Equalities Officer for the University’s Volleyball Club.

WEBSITE: KATEWYVER.WORDPRESS.COM

TWITTER: @KATEWYVER