The enigmatic Glendy is pictured here during a stint as musical director with Circus Monoxide. Glendy plays the trombone , trumpet and the tuba (when he’s allowed). He also sings and performs clowning. He enjoys the “multi-function type of gig” that circus is, but admits to finding it exhausting on occasions. Glendy believes that “circus people are a bunch of freaks”, and has therefore felt right at home with the circus community. “Where else could you watch someone spend three hours perfecting the art of pulling a rubber dove out of their pants or learning how to drop a metal bucket onto their head so that it makes the right noise?”, he ponders. For Glendy, it’s these little things that make working with circus worthwhile.