Rory Mullarkey: 'Pity is a showcase for every aspect of theatre'
We chat to the playwright and cast of Pity, currently running at the Royal Court
Directed by Sam Pritchard, the piece is set in a market square that becomes increasingly surreal and asks whether or not the world is getting better or worse.
The production has design by Chloe Lamford, costume by Annemarie Woods, lighting by Anna Watson, composition by Tom Deering, sound by Pete Malkin and movement by Sasha Milavic Davies. It also features members of the Fulham Brass Band.