by Conor McPherson
10 September 2018 – 5 October 2018
‘Spellbinding… Brendan Coyle is excellent in Conor McPherson’s chilling vampire monologue’
When I was a boy, I was afraid of the dark… What was there.
And maybe one of the things I thought was there was vampires.
Conor McPherson’s chilling play is revived in an intimate new production at Donmar Dryden Street.
Simon Evans, who recently directed The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui at the Donmar, directs Brendan Coyle. Brendan’s TV and film credits include Downton Abbey, Mary Queen of Scots and Paths Of Freedom, and he won an Olivier Award for his role in the original production of Conor McPherson’s The Weir. Conor’s previous plays at the Donmar include a revival of The Weir and The Night Alive.
Director SIMON EVANS
Designer PETER MCKINTOSH
Lighting Designer MATT DAW
Sound Designer CHRISTOPHER SHUTT