Jan 9 - Jan 27, 2019
Approximate running time:
2 hours, including one intermission
"A vicious delight" – The Arts Review
A Scene from St. Nicholas
St. Nicholas Trailer
“Spellbinding…Brendan Coyle is excellent in this chilling vampire monologue” (Time Out London)
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.
Best availability through Friday, January 25.
Please note—the following performances are SOLD OUT:
- Saturday, January 26 at 2pm
- Sunday, January 27 at 2pm
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The Donmar Warehouse's internationally-acclaimed revival of St. Nicholas recently concluded a sold-out engagement at the theater's intimate studio space, followed by an extended run at the Dublin Theatre Festival.