Friday, 9 June 2017

162. Twelfth Night – Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre

Some good friends invited Fiona and I to join them at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre earlier this week to see a performance of Twelfth Night.

What a fantastic, vibrant, colourful and brilliantly cast performance it was, all under the watchful and unconventional eye of Emma Rice as producer. Although overcast, this was a great summers evening in London to enjoy a wonderful performance of an enigmatic play in a unique theatre on the banks of the River Thames.

It was great to see the resilience of the international population of London out enjoying themselves just four days after the mindless events of London Bridge and Borough Market.

How lucky are we.

Photographs show the stage just before the performance began and the beautiful London skyline photographed from the “wobbly bridge” near St Pauls Cathedral.

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