Cindy Marcolina

Cindy Marcolina


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LAST 30 DAYS

BWW Review: BETRAYAL, Harold Pinter TheatreBWW Review: BETRAYAL, Harold Pinter Theatre
Posted: Mar. 13, 2019


BWW Review: BUTTERFLIES, VAULT FestivalBWW Review: BUTTERFLIES, VAULT Festival
Posted: Feb. 17, 2019


BWW Review: WARPED, VAULT FestivalBWW Review: WARPED, VAULT Festival
Posted: Feb. 22, 2019


BWW Review: THE LADY FROM THE SEA, The Print RoomBWW Review: THE LADY FROM THE SEA, The Print Room
Posted: Feb. 19, 2019


BWW Review: MISS FORTUNATE, VAULT FestivalBWW Review: MISS FORTUNATE, VAULT Festival
Posted: Mar. 4, 2019


BWW Review: AGNES COLANDER: AN ATTEMPT AT LIFE, Jermyn Street TheatreBWW Review: AGNES COLANDER: AN ATTEMPT AT LIFE, Jermyn Street Theatre
Posted: Feb. 16, 2019


BWW Review: PUFFERFISH, VAULT FestivalBWW Review: PUFFERFISH, VAULT Festival
Posted: Mar. 8, 2019


LAST 365 DAYS

BWW Interview: Sarah Woodward Talks QUIZ at No?l Coward TheatreInterview: Sarah Woodward Talks QUIZ
Posted: Mar. 24, 2018


BWW Review: MYTHIC, Charing Cross TheatreBWW Review: MYTHIC, Charing Cross Theatre
Posted: Oct. 9, 2018


BWW Review: THE KING AND I, London PalladiumReview: THE KING AND I, London Palladium
Posted: Sep. 2, 2018


BWW Review: DIVINE PROPORTIONS, The VaultsBWW Review: DIVINE PROPORTIONS, The Vaults
Posted: Sep. 20, 2018


BWW Interview: Joe Murphy And Joe Robertson Talk THE JUNGLE at Playhouse TheatreJoe Murphy And Joe Robertson Talk THE JUNGLE
Posted: Jun. 25, 2018


BWW Review: THE PHLEBOTOMIST, Hampstead TheatreBWW Review: THE PHLEBOTOMIST, Hampstead Theatre
Posted: Apr. 26, 2018


BWW Review: ANNA X, VAULT Festival
March 16, 2019

Anna (Rosie Sheehy) is a Russian art lover who dreams of being the curator of her own gallery. Ariel (Joshua James) is the CEO of an exclusive dating app. But are they really who they pretend to be? What's the price of keeping up appearances in a world of million-dollar views and ruthless socialites?

BWW Review: LUCY LIGHT, VAULT Festival
March 16, 2019

Lucy and Jess have just finished their GCSEs. They feel like their lives are about to start between a swig of Chardonnay in Jess' bedroom and the promise of having the best time ever at a party. Except that Lucy's mum is being treated for breast cancer and she's definitely not having a good time.

BWW Review: LET'S SUMMON DEMONS, VAULT Festival
March 15, 2019

In a derelict house built on the path walked by the dead in the middle of nowhere in Wales, a coven of witches comes together. Written by Katy Schutte, Let's Summon Demons is a semi-participatory piece that takes a look at paganism and revenge, wrapping them up in an amusing and lightly spooky show.

BWW Review: 10, VAULT Festival
March 15, 2019

Playwright Lizzie Milton unearths ten stories previously buried deep inside white history and delivers them with forward storytelling and a no-holds-barred attitude.

BWW Review: BETRAYAL, Harold Pinter Theatre
March 13, 2019

When Betrayal first premiered in 1978 it was received rather coldly by critics and audiences alike, who were perhaps expecting Pinter to deal with more significant themes instead of focusing on his own adulterous escapades. Since then, the piece has become one of the playwright's most known and successful works, partially thanks to its innovative reverse-chronology structure and the universality of the issues portrayed.

BWW Review: THE TWILIGHT ZONE, Ambassadors Theatre
March 12, 2019

Before Black Mirror, there was The Twilight Zone. First aired in 1959, the series was presented by Rod Serling who, at the time, had risen to prominence as a writer of television dramas as well as a commentator of the medium.

BWW Review: THROWN, VAULT Festival
March 9, 2019

Thrown sees a child psychologist attempt to record her own childhood experiences and traumas in order to try to make sense of her past and who she has become. Written by Jodi Gray, the piece effectively exhibits the marvels of binaural technology but beats around the bush too much to result conclusive.

BWW Review: FEED, VAULT Festival
March 9, 2019

Presented by physical theatre company Theatre Temoin, Feed takes a look at a world of algorithms, click-bait, targeted ads, and fake news.

BWW Review: PUFFERFISH, VAULT Festival
March 8, 2019

Pufferfish marks Nick Bruckman's debut as a playwright. Based on the real-life deeds of serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, the play explores the strong link between violence and sexuality that pushed him to take the life of 17 men in the 80s.

BWW Review: THE CHURCH OF THE STURDY VIRGIN, VAULT Festival
March 8, 2019

A closed casket arrives at the Leake Street Graffiti Tunnel. A couple of merry gravediggers beckon the crowd while they wait for the funeral director, who will lead the congregation to the Church of the Sturdy Virgin. The audience follow, 'somber and dignified', into a surreal universe where uncertainty reigns and death envelops kindly.

BWW Review: MEDEA, Barbican
March 7, 2019

Euripides most famous and ruthless female character comes to life again at the hand of director Simon Stone and International Theatre Amsterdam after an award-winning run in the Dutch capital in 2014.

BWW Review: MY BROTHER'S KEEPER?, The Playground Theatre
March 5, 2019

In a shabby NHS ward, Mr Stone (Andy de la Tour) is turning food downand slowly dying after a stroke. After a major fall-out years before, his sons come togetherto attempt toconvince their father to stop withering away. The subsequent hour sees them getting at each other's throatrefusing to loosen the grip on their own pride.

BWW Review: MISS FORTUNATE, VAULT Festival
March 4, 2019

Molly loses her mum when she's 21. Actually, she knows where her mother is, she is inside a box at the crematorium. With razor-sharp humour and the cheek to go with it, Miss Fortunate is a personal journey through insecurity and grief to the acceptance of life's disruptions rooted in Molly O'Shea's real-life experience.

BWW Review: WOMAN! PILOT! PIRATE?, VAULT Festival
March 2, 2019

Emmy finds her life to be absurdly limiting. When she gets sacked by her boss, she takes the chance to set on a mission to find her hero: Amelia Earhart. The pilot has been missing for 81 years but our heroine is certain she must be somewhere.

BWW Review: UNMYTHABLE, VAULT Festival
March 2, 2019

After a European tour, Out of Chaos bring their celebrated Unmythable to The Vaults. Devised by the company on the lines of something Reduced Shakespeare Company might do and directed by Mike Tweddle & Paul O'Mahony, it celebrates Greek mythology by putting its stories together in a big pot luck.

BWW Review: LADYKILLER, VAULT Festival
March 1, 2019

A nightmarish scream anticipates the lights. A maid is standing over a bloodied corpse, fresh blood is soaking her arms up to her elbow and staining her crisp white apron.

BWW Review: NARCISSIST IN THE MIRROR, VAULT Festival
March 1, 2019

A dressing room of a West End theatre. Narcissus is putting makeup on as she starts to talk to a therapist of sorts who's sitting, in her mind, in a corner.

BWW Review: WOOD, VAULT Festival
February 28, 2019

When John Rolando fails to be able to get an instant erection on the set of a porn film, his life starts to fall apart and kicks off a curious experiment of meta-theatre.

BWW Review: WORK BITCH, VAULT Festival
February 28, 2019

Waitress is 32 years old and is still serving tables. She didn't plan out to stay in the service for this long, nor she enjoys the humiliation and stress it comes from it. Yet, she does it day after day, greeting customers and dealing with their every impossible request.

BWW Review: THE SON, Kiln Theatre
February 27, 2019

Teenager Nicolas (Laurie Kynaston) is going through a difficult phase. He used to be the happiest of kids but everything changed after his parents' divorce (Amanda Abbington and John Light) two years ago. He believes that moving in with his dad Pierre and his new girlfriend Sofia (Amaka Okafor), who have a newborn, might help but mental health and societal pressure take their toll on the whole family.



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