First look photos have been revealed for the RSC's outdoor staging of The Comedy of Errors, in the venue's new Lydia and Manfred Gorvy Garden Theatre in Stratford.
Jonathan Broadbent and Greg Haiste play, respectively, Dromio of Syracuse and Dromio of Ephesus, with Hedydd Dylan (Adrianna), Guy Lewis (Antipholus of Syracuse) and Rowan Polonski (Antipholus of Ephesus) and Avita Jay (Luciana).
The cast also includes Toyin Ayedun-Alase (Courtesan), Antony Bunsee (Egeon), Alfred Clay (Dr Pinch), William Grint (2nd Merchant), Zoe Lambert (Aemilia), Dyfrig Morris (2nd Merchant Bodyguard), Baker Mukasa (Angelo), Patrick Osborne (Balthasar), Nicholas Prasad (Duke Solinus), Riad Richie (1st Merchant/Young Egeon) and Sarah Seggari (Luce/Messenger).
After its summer run outdoors at the venue's new Garden Theatre, the piece will visit Theatre Royal, Nottingham (22 to 24 October), The Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury (27 to 30 October), and the Alhambra Theatre, Bradford (2 to 6 November), with a further run at the Barbican in London this winter.
Directed by Phillip Breen, the piece is designed by Max Jones with lighting by Tina MacHugh, music by Paddy Cunneen, sound by Dyfan Jones, movement by Charlotte Broom and fights by Renny Krupinski. It plays from 13 July to 26 September, with a press performance tonight on 20 July.