Where do you live?
Limassol with my wonderful daughter, the most perfect human being ever born
Best childhood memory?
Being elected president of the school and having a three-day party about it 😉
Most frequented restaurant and absolute favourite dish? What food would you really turn your nose up to?
Any vegetarian restaurant 🙂 Would never touch meat.
What did you have for breakfast?
All I need in the mornings is a cup of coffee
Would you class yourself as a day or night person? What’s your idea of the perfect night/day out?
Day or night! Whatever. As long as I have my crazy friends with me. And dancing! Should definitely include dancing! I would rather dance than walk 🙂
Best book ever read?
Amedee by Eugene Ionesco. Being a huge fun of paralogue theatre, I loved the fact that love, dying romance per se, was presented as a corpse with geometrical progress growing inside the house.
Favourite film of all time?
Amores Perros by Inaritu. Is about love. And dogs. And love for dogs. What more do you want?
Best holiday ever taken?
Prague. For presenting a play. With my buddies. We had a blast!
What music are you listening to in the car at the moment?
90s pop. All the time
What is always in your fridge?
Dream house: rural retreat or urban dwelling? Where would it be, what would it be like?
Urban dwelling for sure! I could never live in the countryside! It would definitely be in the centre of the city full of traffic noises and retro decoration 🙂
If you could pick anyone at all (alive or dead) to go out for the evening with, who would it be?
John Kapodistrias. Thank you sir for the potatoes.
If the world is ending in 24 hours what would you do?
Dance my ass off with my kid!!
What is your greatest fear?
Something bad happening to my family and friends who are also my family 🙂
Tell me a joke…
So this guy tells a girl hey come on over tonight no one would be home. So she went and no one was there.
Maria Papacosta plays one of the main characters in CyBC’s period TV series Kamomata tzi aromata (Scents and Graces) and presents the same channel’s Mathe Tehni (Learn Art). She also plays in Theatre Mascarini’s children’s play Meet at the Ark at Eight, which is staged every Sunday at 10.30am at the Russian Cultural Centre in Nicosia