The Merry Wives of Windsor

The Merry Wives of Windsor

The old rogue Sir John Falstaff has returned penniless from the war and plans to seduce two ‘merry wives’. Shakespeare’s hilarious comedy is his nearest approach to a farce, with people forever rushing in and out of doors, including a comic Welsh parson, a manic French doctor and a madly jealous husband. Depicting middle-class family life in an English provincial town, our production is set in 1947, a time of austerity and optimism, when women are finding a new role in post-war Britain and our musicians at the Garter Inn are playing 40’s jazz.

CONCESSIONS (Mon-Fri):
£1 off each ticket for senior citizens, reg. disabled, under 16’s and students.

SCHOOL PARTIES (Mon-Fri):
£8 per ticket for parties of 20 or more. Tickets can be reserved as for group bookings.

SEASON TICKET (Mon-Sat):
Book for all three plays at the same time, and get £2 off each ticket.

GROUP BOOKINGS (Mon-Sat):
£1 off all seats for 20 or more purchased. Early group reservations
can be held for your convenience whilst you are arranging your visit,
but must be confirmed and paid for by 1st May 2018.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS: No refunds. £1 fee, per ticket, for exchanges. (See Stamford Arts Centre website for details). Tickets may be purchased on the day (subject to availability) from the box office at Tolethorpe Hall, which opens one hour before performance.

Book Tickets

Monday - Thursday: £14
Friday: £16
Saturday: £19
Saturday Matinée: Adult £19 / Child £12
Preview nights: £11

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