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Irina Glinski

Bio

Irina is a persistent theatre-goer who has written for The Wee Review since 2014. She has also written for Exeunt and The List. She likes concrete quite a lot and dislikes talking about herself in the third person.

Personal Website

www.irinaglinski.co.uk

24 Oct 2016

Forgotten


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A beautiful and unique performance from Irish innovator Pat Kinevane.

13 Aug 2016

Shake


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The benchmark tale of mistaken identity and the follies of love given retro styling and a vaudevillian twist.

16 Jun 2016

The 306: Dawn


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NTS returns to its nomadic roots by staging this powerful WWI drama in a barn in Perthshire.

29 May 2016

9 May 2016

This Restless House


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Directed by Dominic Hill, this four-hour epic of ambition and revenge is a skilful reworking of a Greek classic.

8 May 2016

Connolly


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A powerful examination of the Irish socialist revolutionary James Connolly.

1 Mar 2016

The Destroyed Room


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A brave and experimental piece from Vanishing Point that asks all the right questions.

16 Feb 2016

Endgame


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A solid production that mines the depths of misery.

6 Oct 2015

Dragon


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A second outing for Vox Motus’ affecting and beautiful Dragon.

28 Sep 2015

ANO Nedoslov


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A hard to follow but important to stage double bill as part of Progression 2015 International Celebration of Deaf Arts.

17 Jul 2015

Interview: Frank Van Laecke


Interview

‘All of the private storylines, all of the private sorrows.’ Les Ballets C de la B stage director talks about En Avant, Marche! at EIF

18 Feb 2015

The Slab Boys


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The revival of a modern classic to kick start the Citizens’ 70th anniversary season.

10 Dec 2014

8 Dec 2014

27 Sep 2014

Hamlet


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Perfect method in beautiful madness in Dominic Hill’s latest production at the Citz.