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All's Well That Ends

by Andreea Tănase

17 - 21 October 2023, 7.30 pm

Do you remember the day you got married? 

Did you make promises to each other? So did we. We made a lot of promises . . . Did you see them through?'

You’re invited to the divorce party of Daria and Radu, two of your close friends who are splitting up. 

Together, we’ll toast to what was and could have been as we follow their investigation into where love was lost. But will going back through their time together divide them even further, or will memories of the good times make them question their choice? 

Witty and fast-paced, All’s Well That Ends is a darkly comedic, forensic journey into the romantic failures of our once happy couple.

Join us for their last hurrah in all its beautiful, awkward glory.

Kibo Productions is thrilled to introduce UK audiences to one of Romania’s most exciting contemporary writers with her deeply funny and biting look at untying the knot. 

Tha play lasts 60 minutes without an interval. This is a 16+ production.

Cast and Creatives

or, your Divorce Party hosts


Nico Marica


Nico Marica is a Romanian actress and multi-disciplinary performer.
She studied Acting at the National University of Theatrical Arts and Cinematography “I.L. Caragiale” in Bucharest.
She worked with well-known Romanian directors both in theatre and film.
In 2022 she had her London debut with the one-woman show “Me&Her” at Barons Court Theatre.
She finds the character of Daria challenging because of the emotional rollercoaster of a breakup, and when you add humor on top of that, things become even more complex. “It’s a journey we’ve all been through, in our own way, and that makes the play relatable yet particular”.


Gerardo Cabal


Gerardo Cabal 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 Pharaoh's Eye, El Secreto Forresbank). He is currently involved in upcoming series Lola and the short films Black Hole Barry and Don't bury it.


Andreea Tănase


Andreea Tănase is half Transylvanian and half Bessarabian. She writes, does improv theater, and collaborates with different social and cultural organizations. She has an MA in architecture and one in dramatic writing.
In 2018, she started writing theater out of curiosity, and she got her professional start in 2019 when she took part in the Drama 5 Residency at Reactor Cluj. In 2021, alongside Alex Lungu, she was the co-writer of the first Romanian mystery narrative podcast "Best Worst Movie".
So far, she has written plays that have been staged in independent and state theaters in Cluj, Piatra Neamț, Bucharest, and Oradea: "All is well when it ends", "98% (the right decision)", "We Didn’t see anything", "Meat" and "Family Business". Directors she worked with include Radu Nica, Elena Morar, Mara Oprea, George Zamfir and Cătălin Mardale. In 2022, she won the award for dramaturgy at the Sofia Nădejde Awards Gala. She wants to travel more and explore as many artistic mediums as possible.


Leo Băcica


Leois is the Executive Director of Barons Court Theatre and the other half of Kibo Productions. He started directing in 2019. Credits include A Lost Letter by I L Caragiale (Romanian Cultural Institute), Suicidal Dog and Laika by Catalina Florescu (London, Birmingham & online), Unpack by Catalina Florescu (The Main, St Clarita CA), Force of Habit by Roz Wylie (Barons Court Theatre) as well as short pieces Siobhan by Gabrielle Curtis, Growing into My Skin by Ioana Goga,  Stan by Kate Webster and Drawing under the Microscope by Janine Knighton for previous editions of Kibo’s annual short play event, The Reboot Festival.

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