Nosferatu is based on one of the most evocative texts in popular culture, Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Seducing the audience into a dream-like state, director Grzegorz Jarzyna uses the vampiric myth to explore what lies between an idea and the reality, and between light and shade.
This is TR Warszawa's third visit to the Barbican, having last performed here in 2010 with Grzegorz Jarzyna’s T.E.O.R.E.M.A.T and his critically acclaimed production of Sarah Kane’s 4:48 Psychosis.
'TR Warszawa have gone from being a fringe Polish company to a force in international drama.' The Guardian
'A creepingly erotic, visually ravishing piece.' Time Out
110 mins / no interval
Age guidance 16+
This production contains nudity, smoke effects, strobe lighting and scenes that some may find disturbing.
In Polish with English surtitles
Please note later start time, 9pm
Part of Barbican After Dark Halloween Special
Explore the darkest corners of the Barbican with an evening of gothic storytelling, vampiric films and haunting music, or sip blood-red cocktails in our late-night lounge.
Book now for a post-show torch-lit tour of the Barbican
1 Nov, 5pm
Pre-show talk. In conversation with Grzegorz Jarzyna
Leverhulme talk presented by Queen Mary University of London in partnership with the Barbican and University of Kent
Free, ticket required. Call our box office on 0844 243 0753 to book.
Part of Barbican Weekender
3 Nov, 4pm
Film: Nosferatu, A Symphony of Terror (PG)
A special screening of the 1922 film, with video introduction by Grzegorz Jarzyna and live music accompaniment by Paul Robinson's Harmonieband. Book for the play and the film at the same time and save £4.
3 & 4 Nov
Weekend Lab: TR Warszawa
A two-day workshop with Grzegorz Jarzyna
Written and directed by Grzegorz Jarzyna
Set design and costumes by Magdalena Maciejewska
Music by John Zorn
Lighting design by Jacqueline Sobiszewski
Cast Sandra Korzeniak, Katarzyna Warnke, Wolfgang Michael, Jan Englert, Jan Frycz, Krzysztof Franieczek, Marcin Hycnar, Lech Łotocki, Adam Woronowicz and Jarek Telenga
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Part of Theatre & Dance Sep - Dec 2012
Co-commissioned by the Barbican with Narodowy Instytut Audiowizualny, Dublin Theatre Festival, Adelaide Festival and TR Warszawa Foundation
Strategic partner: Adam Mickiewicz Institute
After Dark events supported by the Polish Cultural Institute in London