Small but appreciative audience.
I think it's hard on a small audience to be honest. They don't really have the confidence of a large crowd and the laughs come slowly. We have to work harder as well to keep the pace going and try to find out what they're enjoying most.
It was a good show though. Felt fairly tight and no major catastrophes apart from Sir Toby's facial hair not sticking properly. This is an issue only because the one thing you don't want to have to do on stage is worry about anything mechanical.
There are few things more un-nerving or likely to put an actor off than a slipping moustache or a failing piece of elastic. Actual physical pain or feeling ill is much easier to deal with because adrenaline kicks in and does most of the pain relief for you. Not so with elastic.