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Glenys McIntyre


Glenys is a dramaturg and occasional performer, based in Glasgow. Her interests include new writing, physical theatre, devised work, adaptations, circus, improv, and history.

Reviews: 37
Other Articles: 1
Bold Girls
Citizens Theatre

Bold Girls

Effective revival of Rona Munro’s classic play about women in early 90s Belfast.

Gilded Balloon Teviot


Engaging juxtaposition of Black Lives Matter and the Black Liberation Movement of the 1970s.

Assembly Roxy

Under My Thumb

A potent and affecting look at victim-blaming culture that’s a little rough around the edges.

Bedlam Theatre


A powerfully poetic coming of age story set in 1950s Edinburgh.

Tron Theatre

God of Carnage

A hilarious and effective satire of middle class social pretence. There is a ball pit.

Cause of Thunder
Tron Theatre

The Cause of Thunder

A meandering but entertaining meditation on the ways in which the world has changed since Brexit.

Grain In The Blood
Tron Theatre

Grain in the Blood

A suspenseful and moving psychological drama about sacrifice jointly produced by the Tron and Traverse Theatres

Disco Pigs
Tron Theatre

Disco Pigs

An intense, fast-paced Irish contemporary classic centred around the explosive end of a childhood friendship.

Greenside @ Nicolson Square

Red and the Wolf

A horror-filled adaptation of Little Red Riding Hood, set against a backdrop of war.

Assembly Roxy


A sympathetic, heartbreaking, and often funny portrayal of anorexia and its effect on everyone involved.

ZOO Southside

Luna Park

A slick and well-presented production of a questionable script.



Darkly beautiful interpretation of a chilling story, told by a talented trio of physical performers.