Writing and development

Glyn's specialism is writing: feature screenplays, shorts, plus 

stage plays and fiction.

Works listed below are completed and available for

production. Several others are in draft or outline form.

Feature screenplays

This Way Madness


A man is haunted by the ghost of his own mother.


Written for a small cast and crew, to be produced on a micro budget, This Way Madness is a dark and intense modern horror story for a global market.

Investor prospectus available.


Crunch Time


Five gangsters and a pregnant teenager are locked inside a warehouse after a double-cross goes wrong. Only one will be allowed out alive.


Reservoir Dogs meets Hunger Games. Free Fire meets a story.

Contained thriller, written for production on a low budget.

Cable Tie


Four women team up to exact revenge on the dispicable exes of two of them, until things spiral out of control.

Strangers on a Train meets First Wives Club, meets The Disappearance of Alice Creed, meets Bound

Original and edgy thriller written for micro budget production.

The Scorcher

period drama

Drama inspired by the life of Dorothy Levitt, Britain's first female motor racing driver and inventor of the rear-view mirror.


Feisty and adventurous, Dorothy survives misogyny in the racing world, scandal, suffragette hunger strikes, and the First World War. She symbolises women's heroism in that tumultuous era.

Testament of Youth meets Suffragette meets Rush.


The America Ground

historical adventure/drama

A group of English townspeople in the 1820s create their own village on a beach thrown up by the sea.


As landowners argue, the people's claim is ignored... so they declare themselves part of the USA. Based, recounting how a

The English Free State of Jones.



historical epic

The most famous date in English history. The period of Edward The Confessor, Lady Godiva, King Canute, and William the Conqueror. And never a feature film. 


An epic story of family intrigues and dynastic rivalries behind the bloody battles of 1066, the plottng and betrayals that lifted then crushed King Harold II.


The Saxon Braveheart.




Four naive young English idealists take food and Christmas presents to Polish families suffering under the Polish crackdown on Solidarnosc in 1981. 


They bring themselves and their friends into danger, they must outwit the Polish SB and the East German Stasi.

Inspired by a real mission undertaken by the author.



Family drama following the effects of a woman's death, on her son, daughter, lover, and extended family.

Seven interlinked stories represented by the coulours of the rainbow.

Love Actually for grownups. Sex and death, actually.


Short screenplays



Transexual woman Bobbie is struggling with transitioning, when she befriends a woman who will only call her when she passes a phone box on her way to work. She becomes increasingly dependent on Sossity - then one day, the phone box is removed. Quirky, unique and surreal drama.

  • Semi-finalist, Shore Scripts Competion 2018

Faith in DOG


8-year old Alex's mother has walked out, his father's new partner Aisha is pregnant, and they all have to keep going to the hospital because Aisha's mother is dying. JSS and DOG might help, but Alex is an atheist.

Pandora's Box dot Com

supernatural comedy

Two teenagers steal a laptop. It belongs to the devil, and it wasn't chance that put temptation in their path...


comedy horror

A couple arrive in a hotel for a city break, secretly planning different ways of killing each other.

WINNER Grand Jury first prize, Barnstorm Media Horror Shorts contest 2019, in development for filming in Los Angeles.

Shalom Alaikum

silent comedy

Jonny, a Jew, and Nadia, a Muslim, are arrested for writing messages of peace on walls.

What Happens in Brighton


Jordan can cope with being dressed in ladies' lingerie and chained to his bed. It's his stag do, right? Until his fiancee is wheeled into the hotel room tied to a chair...



Classic horror scenario: scary things happen to a couple in a creepy isolated cottage in the wild moors. With a twist. Or three.

One-minute Sex Comedy


Flatmates Mary and Joanna appraise their handsome guest, trying to work out if he's gay, and if not, whether their current relationships allow detours off the straight and narrow.


dystopian science fiction

In a future controlled by artificial intelligence, Ant is the only person who has avoided being implanted with a tracker and voice transmitter. She can say what she wants, but no one can reply to her or she'll be revealed to the surveillence bots.


surreal comedy

Producer and director audition greenscreens for their next film.


An Eclection of Fairies

short stories

Fairy tales for the modern age. "Delights and surprises: fine storytelling, with humour, twists, and a hint of dark chocolate, the stuff with chilli in  it."


Nine short stories, including versions of the short films Fallen and Olive

The first of three short story collections. 105 pages. Paperback £3.50; Kindle 99p, from Amazon https://amzn.to/2Y5wa3Y.

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An Eclection of Little Horrors

short stories plus novella

Stories of darkness, sin and retribution. "More great storytelling ... trademark humour and invention, now with a black heart. Beware your impure conscience..."

Seven short stories, including three award-winners, plus a 150 page novella This Way Madness.


The second of three short story collections, to be followed by An Eclection of Romcoms and Other Tragedies. 270 pages. Paperback £7.50; Kindle £1.99, from Amazon https://amzn.to/2lFUPJZ.


Stage drama

Christmas 1915

First World War drama

Soldiers who remember the unofficial Christmas truce of 1914 want to replay the football match. But the general staff insist it must not recur.

Full length play set in enemy trenches within shouting distance of each other.

The Bloody Death of Edmund Ironside

historical play in verse

How Godwin, father of Harold II, negotiated Edmund and King Canute sharing the throne to end the war between Saxons and Danes, and how English treachery made Canute sole ruler.


Self-contained, but written as Act 1 of a longer historical play.

No Signal & Treetops

short plays

No Signal is a comedy about a young man on a train, desperate to make a call to close a business deal that will make him rich, and the passengers who help and hinder him. Treetops is the original play that became Carabiners.

Produced alongside stage adaptations of my short films, as Short Is The New Black, in Hastings Fringe 2016.