About Robbie Gordon
Robbie Gordon is a theatre-maker born in Prestonpans specialising in making work with and for communities. He trained at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland graduating in 2016.
Work with National Theatre of Scotland includes we’re here because we’re here and Pages of the Sea.
Other theatre work includes: co-creator of Positive Stories for Negative Times (Wonder Fools in association with the Traverse Theatre); creator of Open Your Lugs (Ayr Gaiety); producer of Class Act (Traverse Theatre); writer and movement director of 549: Scots of the Spanish Civil War (Wonder Fools in association with the Citizens Theatre); writer and movement director of The Coolidge Effect (Wonder Fools); writer and director of McNeill of Tranent: Fastest Man in the World (Wonder Fools); writer of When the Sun Meets The Sky (Traverse Theatre and Capital Theatres); associate director of Meet Jan Black (Ayr Gaiety in association with Wonder Fools); associate director of Square Go (Francesca Moody Productions); research assistant on Locker Room Talk (Traverse Theatre); assistant director for Julius Caesar (Company of Wolves); assistant director on Graham McLaren's Dream On! (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and BBC Symphony Orchestra).
Robbie Gordon is the co-founder of the critically acclaimed “fiercely curious” (The Herald) Wonder Fools, Creative Engagement Director at the Gaiety Theatre and a Creative Development Producer for the Traverse Theatre.