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Posted by admin on July 27th, 2021

Iain has joined Instagram

Iain has been persuaded to join social media with a new instagram account and gained an impressive 450,000 followers in less than one day.

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Posted by admin on October 22nd, 2020

Iain to star in Love from a stranger play at the Windsor Royal theatre

Coming this week: Hugely excited to open our Windsor On Air Season with Love from a stranger This gripping psychological thriller stars IAIN GLEN, from mega-hit GOT, in a tale from Queen of Crime, Agatha Christie Book for limited run: Tue 20-Sat 24 Oct.

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Posted by admin on April 27th, 2020

New photoshoot photos

Posted by admin on April 27th, 2020

Emmys 2019

Posted by admin on April 27th, 2020

Black Beauty wrap

Posted by admin on April 27th, 2020

Iain’s says Goodbye

Posted by admin on April 27th, 2020

Drama On 3: Henry IV — Part One (Radio 3, 7.30pm)

A brand new production of one of Shakespeare’s History plays with Iain Glen as King Henry and Toby Jones as Falstaff.

Rebellion is brewing in Britain.

King Henry must reunite his country – but how when even his own family is divided? As Henry’s rule is threatened his son Hal appears unconcerned, wasting his time in the company of the comically corrupt Falstaff and some common thieves, apparently more interested in play than the politics of state.

Yet what kind of leadership is needed to unite the country might well be found in the taverns of Eastcheap as within the Palace of Westminster.

King Henry ….. Iain Glen
Falstaff ….. Toby Jones
Hal ….. Luke Thompson
Hotspur ….. Tom Glynn-Carney
Worcester …..Mark Bonnar
Lady Percy …..Natalie Simpson
Glendower ….. Steffan Rhodri
Lady Mortimer ….. Bettrys Jones
Westmoreland ….. Roger Ringrose
Northumberland/Douglas ….. John Dougall
Bardolph/ Sir Walter Blunt ….. John Lightbody
Peto/Sherriff/Vernon ….. Sargon Yelda
John/Mortimer ….. Chris Lew Kum Hoi
Poins/Messenger ….. Hasan Dixon
Mistress Quickly ….. Elizabeth Counsell

Music composed by John Nicholls.
Adapted and directed by Sally Avens.

  • A Radio Drama London production for BBC Radio 3
  • Producer: Sally Avens

Source: BBC


Posted by admin on April 27th, 2020

Titans season 2: Iain Glen channels Adam West’s Bruce Wayne

Iain Glen’s Bruce Wayne gets plenty of screen time in episode seven of Titans season 2, and the showrunners even snuck in an homage to Adam West’s Batman.

The seventh episode of Titans season 2 may be titled “Bruce Wayne,” but we don’t really get to meet the character. Instead, the Bruce that Iain Glen plays is little more than a figment of Dick Grayson’s imagination – the aftermath of a psychotic break caused by a secret that Dick has been harbouring. Because Bruce is such an ephemeral figure, viewers are left with more questions than answers after watching the episode. One particular scene made us wonder, “Is Iain Glen’s Bruce Wayne an older version of the 1960s character played by Adam West?”

Glen’s Bruce Wayne debuted in the season two premiere of Titans, and he immediately gave off a venerable James Bond vibe. Bruce’s affection for Dick was also obvious, despite the latter’s rebellious nature.

However, very little of that characterization is apparent in episode seven. In Dick’s imagination, Bruce relentlessly taunts his incompetence as a leader, needles him about his jealousy of Jason Todd/ Robin 2.0, and is a general nuisance while Dick attempts to chase Deathstroke down. In other words, Bruce is a real nightmare!

As Dick tries to locate Deathstroke’s handler Wintergreen, he ends up at a burlesque bar (because even Titans isn’t above a gratuitous strip club scene apparently). While interrogating a lead, Dick sees Bruce, on stage in the midst of two chorus girls.

As Bruce harangues Dick, he begins to dance – all Batman fans will recognize Glen’s moves. He perfectly emulates Adam West’s comical, though iconic, performance from the 1960s Batman television show.

The entire sequence is so unexpected that it will take most viewers by surprise. But Glen plays it with unabashed self-awareness, which works because the real Bruce of Titans would probably never be seen dead dancing, forget dancing like that! Unless Dick’s real secret is that he was the first Robin to witness Batman’s classic Bat-dance, of course.


Posted by admin on April 27th, 2020

Windermere Children cast ‘overwhelmed’ meeting Holocaust survivors

Iain Glen agreed, adding: “I think the problem with the Holocaust, generally, is it has an incomprehensibility about it for those who had no direct contact with the future generations.

“Either it’s documentary footage, of which there is a lot, but how do you find a way of telling it?”

He added: “We’re never going to understand – and that’s what’s so moving about hearing them (the survivors) afterwards.

“They are! They’re alive and they did such a huge variety of different occupations and went on to do such extraordinary things; they’re incredibly grateful to the United Kingdom for providing a safe haven for them and so yes, that underlying knowledge, for me, made it really moving watching it with them present.”

The Windermere Children, which also stars Romola Garai and Thomas Kretschmann, airs at 9pm on BBC Two on January 27, which is Holocaust Memorial Day.

Source: The Evening Express

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