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Glynn Nicholas Glynn Nicholas i(A8482 works by) (a.k.a. Glynn Thomas Nicholas)
Born: Established: 1952
Wales (UK),
United Kingdom (UK),
Western Europe, Europe,
Gender: Male
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1 2 Shoosh Glynn Nicholas , 2004 single work drama humour ' Fusing mime with dance, illusion and physical comedy, eight dancer/actor/physical performers create a funny world. of eccentric waiters battle restaurant patrons, Hitchcock Blondes triumph over attacking birds, pesky shower curtains and vertigo inducing heights. Robotic Cops terrify speeding drivers, aging strippers combat their feather boas and g-strings while dipsomaniacal tramps see visions of glasses that come alive and bottles that fly through the air.' (Sighted 26/09/04)
1 y separately published work icon Certified Male : Let's Face It...Men are Funny Buggers : Songs & Highlights from the Hit Show Glynn Nicholas , Scott Rankin , Balaklava : Art Cackle and Hoot , 2000 Z1319171 2000 selected work lyric/song
1 7 Certified Male Scott Rankin , Glynn Nicholas , 1999 single work drama humour
1 5 Kissing Frogs Scott Rankin , Glynn Nicholas , 1992 single work musical theatre humour
1 y separately published work icon Bedtime Stories with Pate Biscuit (and Bongo) Glynn Nicholas , Shaun Micallef , North Ryde : Angus and Robertson , 1990 Z347783 1990 selected work short story humour young adult
1 1 Jim and James (In Bali) Glynn Nicholas , Tony Lyttle , Mitch Matthews , 1987 single work drama humour


Presented as comedy cabaret and billed as 'a new Chaplinesque comedy and mime about two mates who spend a crazy two week holiday in Bali'. The production, which involved audience participation (including a massage scene), was devised so as to utilise the busking experiences of Glenn Nicholas (the debonair James) and Tony Lyttle (the downtrodden Jim).