The Merry Wives of Windsor

Our 2021 production will be one of Shakespeare’s finest comedies, the wonderful The Merry Wives of Windsor to be directed by John Timewell. Performances will take place from Tuesday 27th to Saturday 31st July.

Our venue is, as always, the superb Stubbings House lawns in Maidenhead, SL6 6QL. Tickets can be booked through the Stubbings website or by completing and posting the A5 handbill to us. Links to both further down the page.

Short Synopsis

Sir John Falstaff, staying in Windsor and down on his luck, decides to restore his fortunes by seducing the wives of two wealthy citizens. Meanwhile three suitors (Slender, Doctor Caius and Fenton), are all vying to win the lovely Mistress Anne Page’s hand in marriage.

Read more on Wikipedia →

Ticket Details

We do not sell tickets directly through this website.

Please go to the Stubbings Website to book your tickets online directly →

DateTimePrice
Tuesday 27th July 20217:30pm£20.00 (£16.00 Conc.)
Wednesday 28th July 20217:30pm£20.00 (£16.00 Conc.)
Thursday 29th July 20217:30pm£20.00 (£16.00 Conc.)
Friday 30th July 20217:30pm£20.00
Saturday 31st July 2021 7:30pm£20.00 SOLD OUT

You can also download the show handbill/booking form to complete at home and post to us (saves an online booking fee) →

Sponsors and Charity

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 Saunderton, High Wycombe.

 

 

 

In aid of:

COVID Statement: Whilst planning our July performances, we will continue to monitor the latest recommendations and guidance for outdoor events in respect of the Covid 19 pandemic. When our production begins, we are confident that, by following the latest government and scientific advice, we will be able to provide an environment that is safe and comfortable for both performers and our audiences.


To facilitate social distancing, we will not be using our covered stand this year and seating will be in the open air as it was for our very successful production of As You Like It at Stubbings in 2013 and our four productions prior to that in Beaconsfield & Bath.