About Vicki Manderson
Vicki Manderson trained at the Scottish School of Contemporary Dance, Dundee, and London Contemporary Dance School. She is co-founder of the Scottish theatre company groupwork, for which her credits include The Hope River Girls and The Afflicted. Her other credits as movement director include; Burn, Orphans, The Enemy and The 306: Day for the National Theatre of Scotland; Cinderella, Light Falls, Queen Margaret, The Almighty Sometimes and Happy Days at the Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester; Wings Around Dundee at Dundee Rep; Last Orders at the Dockside, The Country Girls and Jimmy’s Hall (nominated for best movement direction at The Irish Times Theatre Awards) at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin; Ear for Eye, Instructions for Correct Assembly, A Profoundly Affectionate, Passionate Devotion to Someone (Noun) and The Children at the Royal Court Theatre, London; Cockpit at the Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh; See Me Now at the Young Vic, London; Square Go at Roundabout Francesca Moody Productions; Crooked Dances for the Royal Shakespeare Company; Br’er Cotton for Theatre 503; We’re Still Here for the National Theatre of Wales. Her credits as associate movement director include The Ocean at the End of the Lane and The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time for the Royal National Theatre and in the West End; Let the Right One In, In Time O’ Strife and Black Watch for the National Theatre of Scotland; and The Twits at the Royal Court.