Nico Marrone

Assistant Theatre Editor
Nico somehow came into possession of an MScR in Postcolonial Literature from the University of Edinburgh, where he also served as the Film Editor for The Student. Now he writes Theatre reviews in order to keep himself busy.
120 articles


Although Theatre Paradok deliver a strong performance, they fail to make the societal statements they set out to.

8 December 2018

All About My Mother

Excellent performances are hindered by numerous technical issues.

24 November 2018


Sleek 70's crime-comedy is simultaneously a powerful critique on modern America.

10 September 2018

The Darkness or Else the Light

Despite some endearing performances from the young actors, Strange Town's production still has room for improvement.

11 June 2018

The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other

Wils Wilson and Janice Parker's experimental adaptation challenges assumptions about theatre and creates a special community, but doesn't always hit the mark.

3 June 2018



Swedish metallers return and try something different on a powerful new record.

2 June 2018

Dad's Army Radio Hour

Seabright Productions' creative adaptation keeps the cherished sitcom's legacy alive.

24 April 2018

Locker Room Talk

Gary McNair's eye-opening exploration of toxic masculinity is still highly relevant

7 April 2018