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Theatre

Sad, blinkered and incoherent: Arcola’s The Misandrist reviewed

20 May 2023

9:00 AM

20 May 2023

9:00 AM

The Misandrist

Arcola Theatre, until 10 June

Biscuits for Breakfast

Hampstead Theatre, until 10 June

Glory Ride

Charing Cross Theatre, until 29 July

A new play, The Misandrist, looks at modern dating habits. Rachel is a smart, self-confident woman whose partner is a timid desperado named Nick. Both accept that Rachel must make all the important decisions in their lives and she orders Nick to submit to ‘pegging’. After some perfunctory resistance, Nick obeys.

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