1st Night Photos: Rylance & Fry celebrate Twelfth Night transfer
Date: 19 November 2012
The West End transfers of the Globe's productions of Twelfth Night and Richard III opened this weekend (17 November 2012).
With Mark Rylance reprising the role of Olivia that he first played ten years ago. as well as playing Richard III and Stephen Fry as Malvolio, Tim Carroll's all-male productions use 'original Shakespearian practices'.
Cast members at the after-party, which was held at Mint Leaf in London, included Rylance and Fry, James Garnon, Samuel Barnett, Roger Lloyd Pack, Johnny Flynn, Liam Brennan and producers Sonia Friedman and Nica Burns.
Other guests included actors Julie Atherton, Steven Webb, Tom Parsons, Joseph Millson and Kevin Spacey.
PHOTOS BY DAN WOOLLER FOR WHATSONSTAGE.COM
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