HURVÍNEK’S ST. NICHOLAS
To Central Europeans, St. Nicholas conjures up images of an old man with white hair, a bishop’s mitre and a crosier in his hand, accompanied by an angel and the devil. Good children are rewarded with sweets whilst the naughty ones can expect a stocking full of coal. Hurvínek and Mánička are also impatiently waiting for St. Nicholas. But what happens when the absent-minded Mr. Spejbl forgets about it? Find out as the tale unfolds.