Now Mullarkey returns to the Royal Court with a new play that's described as 'a funny and challenging journey through all that it is to be surviving England in these times.'
Pity centres around an apparently 'normal day'. But then beyond all the quotidian trappings of shops, sunshine and passers by, there are bombs, snipers, shots and atrocities. This strange, darkly funny new play considers whether the world is really getting worse – and whether it even matters.
|What||Pity, Royal Court Theatre|
|Where||Royal Court Theatre, Sloane Square, London, SW1W 8AS | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Sloane Square (underground)|
12 Jul 18 – 11 Aug 18, Monday - Saturday 19:30, Thursday & Saturday matinees 14:30 (from 21 July)
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