About Rob Willoughby
Rob Willoughby is an artist based in Glasgow who makes theatre, sound and video. He likes to build fantastic worlds and invite audiences to explore them.
Rob's video design credits for the stage include Ferguson and Barton with Shotput Dance Theatre, Me and My Sister Tell Each Other Everything with Tron Theatre Company, Amy Conway's Super Awesome World (Tron/Summerhall) and Aby Watson's This is Not A Euphemism (Tramway/Buzzcut) His sound design credits include Isobel MacArthur's How to Sing It (Tron) and Mammalian Diving Reflex's All The Sex I've Ever Had (The Arches). He is an associate artist with Snap–Elastic, Shotput Dance Theatre and Brite Theatre.
Rob's videography practice has included creating original video content for a variety of clients, including the National Theatre of Scotland (Playdates - GYOG!), Snap–Elastic (Eat Me), Jordan & Skinner (A Brief History of the Fragile Male Ego) and Catherine Wheels (Whirlygig). He was also the recipient of a competitive micro-commission during lockdown from theatre company Magnetic North to develop his live online video performance practice as Abbenay2300 on streaming platform Twitch.