Hannah Nicklin is a writer, producer, game designer and academic specialising in games influenced theatre and theatre influenced games. She makes theatre and games in public, activist and community settings, and has worked with organisations such as The RSC, Slung Low, Invisible Flock, Hide & Seek, Coney, The V&A, Gamecity, Rock Paper Shotgun, and on housing estates, on the internet, in swimming pools, on the streets of cities and rural market towns. She also teaches at places like UEL, UAL and Goldsmiths on creative technology, game design and community theatre. Hannah is also a racer of bikes and a triathlete.
Hannah's latest show is Equations for A Moving Body a story about the physiology of endurance - when our brains tell our bodies to stop - and the psychology of carrying on. It is a story about preparing mind and body for a 2.4 mile swim, 112 miles of cycling, then running a marathon. About the people who share that journey with us: family, coaches, friends, ex-boyfriends and the people we swim, ride and run alongside on our journey to the finish line.