Angry Alan

“Looking out over the country, this country, where I was born and raised, I wonder what’s going to become of us. Because this can’t be the future, can it? Everyone just… changing the rules?”

Roger thinks the world’s gone mad. He hates his job, his ex-wife torments him and to top it all, his girlfriend just discovered feminism. Roger’s about to lose his shit. Until he discovers Angry Alan: online activist and “voice of reason”…

A darkly comic play about masculinity in crisis by award-winning playwright Penelope Skinner, created with and performed by Donald Sage Mackay.

By:
Penelope Skinner

Soho Theatre

Address:
21 Dean Street , London, W1D 3NE
Nearest tube:
Tottenham Court Road

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Since Trump rocked the world with his election in 2016, there has been no shortage of political satire on the subject. But writer Penelope Skinner explores a new angle with her one-man show Angry Alan, in which one man attempts to rediscover his place in the world with the help of the Men’s Rights Movement in America.

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