The Owen Theatre
A Conversation with Brendan Coyle
Sunday, January 20 at 5pm
5pm | The Owen Theatre
Join Brendan Coyle for an intimate conversation about his role in St. Nicholas as well as his accomplished stage and screen career.
Tickets are just $10 - $25
Brendan Coyle most recently appeared in The Price, which will transfer to the West End in February (Theatre Royal Bath), Mojo (Harold Pinter Theatre), The Silver Tassie (Almeida Theatre) and Buried Child (National Theatre, London). Coyle also starred in the original production of The Weir at the Royal Court Theatre, in the West End and on Broadway, winning both the Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actor and the New York Critics’ Circle Award for Outstanding Broadway Debut. On screen, he is most recognized for playing Mr. Bates in Downton Abbey (ITV), for which he won three Screen Actors Guild Awards for Outstanding Ensemble and received Emmy, BAFTA and IFTA nominations for Best Supporting Actor; and for playing Robert Timmins in Lark Rise to Candleford (BBC). Recent television credits include Requiem (BBC/Netflix) and Spotless (Netflix). Coyle’s recent film credits include the upcoming feature Mary Queen of Scots directed by Josie Rourke, Unless and Me Before You.
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Jan 9 - Jan 27, 2019 | In the Owen
When a jaded Dublin theater critic abandons his ordinary life in pursuit of a beautiful young actress, his desires lead him to strike an irreversible bargain with a band of modern-day vampires. Olivier Award-winner Brendan Coyle (“Mr. Bates” of Downton Abbey, Mary Queen of Scots, Paths to Freedom) stars in this intimate thriller by Conor McPherson—“the finest playwright of his generation” (The New York Times) and author of Shining City, The Weir and The Seafarer. A limited engagement direct from London’s internationally renowned Donmar Warehouse. For mature audiences only.