We’re pleased to announce our next show is William Shakespeare’s


Performances will be at Stubbings House on 14th, 15th, 16th, 17th & 18th of June 2022.

“Something wicked this way comes!”

Stubbings are very pleased to be welcoming back The Garden Players in June 2022 for five open air performances of Shakespeare’s tragic masterpiece, directed by Louise Tait.

Following acclaimed performances in 2013, 2014 and 2015, five completely sold out performances of A Midsummer Night’s Dream in 2017, The Tempest in 2019 and The Merry Wives of Windsor in 2021, The Garden Players return in 2022 with an exciting new production of one of Shakespeare’s finest plays.

Shakespeare’s dark tragedy tells of ambition and guilt amidst a background of regicide, violence and the supernatural. When a trio of witches tells returning hero warrior Macbeth that he is fated to become King of Scotland, he attempts to forge his own destiny. Aided and encouraged by his wife, he embarks on a guilt-ridden reign of terror.

“Powerful and compelling …. gripping and absorbing on a warm summer’s evening!“

This charity event will be sponsored by Grundon the UK’s leading family-owned supplier of waste management, environmental and recycling solutions, Norman & Frances Grundon and Stuart & Trish Fletcher. All proceeds will go to the national charity, Child Bereavement UK based in Loudwater, High Wycombe.

Cast List

TBC1st Witch, Menteth/Caithness/Angus
Adam BesleyLennox
Ginnie Freeman3rd Witch, Porter, Attendant
Grainne HarlingLady Macbeth
Tim HarlingMacbeth
Alfie HurstMalcolm, 3rd Apparition
Debbie Keenan2nd Witch, Old Woman, Menteth/Caithness/Angus
Steve McAdamBanquo, Doctor of Physic
Bernadette NolanLady Macduff, Seyton, Attendant
Gerard NolanCaptain, Murderer, Seyward
Emily PlumridgeSon of Macduff, 2nd Apparition, Gentlewoman
TBCFleance, 1st Apparition, Young Seyward
Sarah SeddonLord, Macbeth’s servant, Attendant
Nick StopienRoss
Graham WeeksMacduff
Jennie WeeksDonalbain, Messenger IV.II, Attendant
Archie WilsonDuncan, Murderer

Performance & Ticket Details


The gate to the lawns will open from 5.30pm for picnicking, with the play commencing at 7.30pm. There will be a 20 minute interval on each night.


£20.00 per person. (Concession available (£16.00) for the Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday performances only, available to senior citizens, students and children under 16 years old.)

Buy your ticket here (opens external site: Ticketsource)


Alcoholic beverage and hot/cold drinks will be available to purchase from the bar on the lawns. 

'That which hath made them drunk hath made me bold: What hath quenched them hath given me fire.'