Co-Founder - Robbie Gordon

Robbie is a graduate of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and co-founder of the critically acclaimed “fiercely curious” (The Herald) Wonder Fools.

His work is socially engaged, embedded in communities and always strives to start a conversation.  He is currently employed as the Associate Director of Creative Learning at the Gaiety Theatre (AGP) and as a Lecturer of Community Performing Arts at Ayrshire College. His work in Ayrshire has included two collaborations with NTS and engagement with over 2,500 young people and adults in a series of community-based activity initiated and delivered over his first year.

Selected credits: writer, performer and movement director of 549: Scots of the Spanish Civil War (Wonder Fools); writer and performer of The Coolidge Effect (Wonder Fools); writer and director of McNeill of Tranent: Fastest Man in the World (Wonder Fools); actor in Charlie Sonata (Royal Lyceum Theatre); workshop leader and sand artist on Danny Boyle's Pages of the Sea (National Theatre of Scotland); research assistant on Locker Room Talk (Traverse Theatre); assistant director on Graham McLaren's Dream On! (Royal Conservatoire of Scotland/BBC Symphony Orchestra).