RADA Magazine (The Blue Room)
It was good to see you back on stage in The Blue Room, David Hare’s new version of Arthur Schnitzler’s ‘La Ronde’.
Vogue (The Blue Room)
So what kind of a way to spell your name is ‘Iain’? Mr. Glen grins. “The right way!”
In Theatre, Broadway (The Blue Room)
Now And Glen: Getting intimate with The Blue Room star Iain Glen.
Daily Telegraph (The Blue Room)
Jane Edwards talks to Nicole Kidman and Iain Glen.
Daily Telegraph (Martin Guerre)
In and around the Prince Edward Theatre a sense of bristling urgency is evident.
The Times (Henry V)
American film studios are wooing the latest star in the firmament of the Royal Shakespeare Company…
Sunday Express (King Lear)
It was, without doubt, the largest gathering of egos since the Oscars ceremony.
Scotland on Sunday (Macbeth)
Double, double, toil no trouble. Iain Glen has never seen Macbeth produced…
The Weekender (Macbeth)
This is no Bragger I see before me. Iain Glen is not insecure, but he’s certainly not one to blow his own trumpet.
Evening Standard (Silent Scream)
A young man in luck. With one major film award under his belt, actor Iain Glen is heading for greater achievements.
Time Out (The Man Who Had All The Luck)
Up a winding stair, in a sunlit garret, Iain Glen is a figure at odds with the office furniture.
Evening Standard (Hapgood)
Gorgeous Iain Glen. A Canny Scotsman. He’s set for the top – but only on his own terms.
Time Out (The Fear)
Face of Fear: Half devil, half angel, Iain Glen is the ace face of the moment as ‘The Fear’s’ brutal villain.