This comedy featuring Sir John Falstaff was first published in 1602, though believed to have been written sometime before 1597.
Sir John Falstaff, staying in Windsor and down on his luck, decides to restore his fortunes by seducing the wives of two wealthy citizens.
He sends Mistress Page and Mistress Ford identical love letters, but they discover his double dealing and set about turning the tables, arranging an assignation at Mistress Ford's house.
Frank Ford has heard of Falstaff's plan and decides to test his wife's fidelity. Pretending to be Master Broom, he pays Falstaff to seduce his wife on his behalf, twice almost catching them together.
The Pages' daughter Anne is pursued by three suitors. The French physician Doctor Caius is her mother's choice, whilst her father prefers Slender, Justice Shallow's kinsman. Anne herself is in love with Fenton.
Mistress Quickly is being paid by all three suitors to promote their cause.
A duel between Doctor Caius and Parson Evans is averted when the Host of the Garter Inn plays a trick on them, and they in turn pay him back.
In Windsor Great Park at night, Falstaff is set up for his final punishment - and one of Anne Page's suitors is successful.
Show dates: 19/09/2018 - 22/09/2018Buy Tickets
|Cast||Anne Page||Alice Coton|
|Cast||Doctor Caius||Ken Edmonds|
|Cast||Frank Ford||Dave Palmer|
|Cast||George Page||Mark Caney|
|Cast||Jill Rugby||Natalie Hope|
|Cast||Mistress Ford||Niamh McGrogan|
|Cast||Mistress Page||Sarah Galton|
|Cast||Mistress Quickly||Catriona Eagle|
|Cast||Sir Hugh Evans||Simon Birkett|
|Cast||The Dancers||Claire Hak|
|Cast||The Dancers||Jenny Hailes|
|Cast||The Dancers||Tina Eyers|
|Cast||The Dancers||Stacey English|
|Cast||The Dancers||Samantha Elgar|
|Cast||The Dancers||Carol Phillimore|
|Cast||The Dancers||Janice Holwill|
|Cast||The Dancers||Annette Papworth|
|Cast||The Dancers||David Papworth|
|Cast||The Dancers||Sarah Stott|
|Cast||The Dancers||Jo Scammell|
|Production Team||Choreographer||Tina Eyers|
|Production Team||Costumes||Louise Sansam|
|Production Team||Director||Richard Wright|
|Production Team||Lighting and Sound||Graham Brown|
|Production Team||Make up||Helen Makin|
|Production Team||Photography||Adam Lanfranchi|
|Production Team||Poster design||Richard Wright|
|Production Team||Programme||Adam Lanfranchi|
|Production Team||Programme||Emma Lanfranchi|
|Production Team||Prompt||Freda Brown|
|Production Team||Props||Pat Watkins|
|Production Team||Props||Liz Carey|
|Production Team||Publicity||Ken Edmonds|
|Production Team||Set Painting||Robert Maxwell Wood|
|Production Team||Stage Construction||Charlie Watkins|
|Production Team||Stage Construction||Chris Spray|
|Production Team||Stage Construction||Julie Spray|
|Production Team||Stage Construction||Frank Bonetti|
|Production Team||Stage Construction||Marcia Hein|
|Production Team||Stage Construction||Connor Young|
|Production Team||Stage hands and townsfolk on stage||Janice Holwill|
|Production Team||Stage hands and townsfolk on stage||Carol Phillimore|
|Production Team||Stage hands and townsfolk on stage||Samantha Elgar|
|Production Team||Stage hands and townsfolk on stage||Jenny Hailes|
|Production Team||Stage Manager||Charlie Watkins|