Fiddler on the tooth

A fiddler takes part in a Mummers play about the life of St George, outside Shakespeare's Globe Theatre on the South Bank of the Thames River, during Twelfth Night celebrations in London January 6, 2013. A troupe of actors took part in Wassailing, an ancient English tradition with the purpose of waking the apple trees and scaring away evil spirits, in order to ensure there will be a good harvest the next autumn.

( Chris Helgren, Reuters / January 6, 2013 )

A fiddler takes part in a Mummers play about the life of St George, outside Shakespeare's Globe Theatre on the South Bank of the Thames River, during Twelfth Night celebrations in London January 6, 2013. A troupe of actors took part in Wassailing, an ancient English tradition with the purpose of waking the apple trees and scaring away evil spirits, in order to ensure there will be a good harvest the next autumn.

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