Divorce Party is the Setting for All's Well That Ends

UK premiere at Barons Court Theatre for play by Romanian writer

The play concerns the break up of Radu and Daria

The English language and UK Premiere of All's Well That Ends by Andrea Tănase is to be staged at Barons Court Theatre later this month.

It tells the story of a young couple called Daria and Radu who are in the process of separating and have decided to throw together a divorce party to celebrate new beginnings.

All's Well That Ends is described as a bittersweet, comedic take on the grief experienced when a marriage ends.

Andrea Tănase is billed as one of Romania’s most exciting contemporary writers.

Daria is played by Nicoleta Marica is a Romanian actor and playwright who returns to the Barons Court Theatre following her solo show Me & Her in 2022. Nicoleta has a degree in Acting from the University of Arts in Târgu-Mureș and a graduate of the MA in Acting at UNATC Bucharest.

Gerardo Cabal, who plays Radu, is a Mexican actor based in London since 2017. He has participated in TV, Theatre and Films (Brave New World, Recipe for Love, For Queen and Country, The Pharaohs Eye, El Secreto Forresbank). He is currently involved in the upcoming series “Lola" and the short films “Black Hole Barry” and "Don't bury it”. This performance is his Barons Court Theatre debut.

The production is directed by Barons Court Theatre’s Executive Director, Leo Bacica, who is also Romanian, and is being staged from the 17-21 October.

Tickets cost £15 or £10 for concessions and can be purchased on the theatre’s web site.

Barons Court Theatre is offering free tickets to all Ukrainian passport holders for all of its productions. To take up this offer email info@barnoncourttheatre.com

The Barons Court Theatre is below the Curtain's Up Pub at 28a Comeragh Road, London W14 9HR.

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October 6, 2023