Glyn Cannon

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Glyn Cannon (born 1976, England) is a British playwright.

His plays include; Coffee (Pleasance Edinburgh 2009),[1] The Kiss (Hampstead Theatre) and Gone, a modern adaptation of Sophocles' Antigone that was first produced at the Pleasance Courtyard for the 2004 Edinburgh fringe festival.[2] It won a Fringe First award from The Scotsman and transferred to the West End. Also, Nebuchadnezzar first produced in 2002 at the Latchmere theatre, Battersea, London, and On Blindness which was produced by Paines Plough, Graeae Theatre Company and Frantic Assembly (Soho Theatre, London, 2004).[3] He was Associate Playwright of Paines Plough, 2003-4,[4] and is an associate artist of The Miniaturists.

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  1. ^ Porter, Lucy (10 August 2009). "Edinburgh Festival 2009: Celebrity Choice". telegraph.co.uk (London: Telegraph media Group). Retrieved 4 November 2010. 
  2. ^ Gardner, Lyn; Logan, Brian (25 August 2004). "The Fringe awards". guardian.co.uk (London: Guardian News and Media). Retrieved 4 November 2010. 
  3. ^ Cannon, Glyn (2004). On Blindness. London: Metheun. ISBN 0-413-77430-9. 
  4. ^ Staff (12 March 2004). "Steven back with a Frantic three-way collaboration". Huddersfield Examiner (Huddersfield: Trinity Mirror North West). Retrieved 4 November 2010. 

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