Brendan Coyle will star in a new production of Conor McPherson’s St Nicholas at the Donmar Warehouse and in Dublin.
It sees Coyle and McPherson collaborate for the first time since The Weir, which won both the actor and the playwright Olivier awards in 1999.
Now, Coyle will appear in a new production of McPherson’s monologue play St Nicholas, which runs at the Donmar Warehouse’s Dryden Street studio space, before playing at the Dublin Theatre Festival in October.
Directed by Simon Evans, the production has design by Peter McKintosh, lighting by Matt Daw and sound by Christopher Shutt.
It runs at the Donmar from September 10 to October 5, and at the Smock Alley Theatre in Dublin from October 9 to 14, marking the play’s Irish premiere.
Tickets for the London run will be allocated by a ballot.