Performance

VenueBarbican Centre
Other spaces at this venue include: Barbican Theatre,Barbican Hall. Guildhall School of Music and Drama Theatre, Cinema1,Cinema2,Gallery
TownWest End
CountyGreater London
From7th December 2018
Opened12th December 2018
To5th January 2019
When19:15. Wed Dec 12 at 19:00. Thu,Sat Mats 13:30
What is currently on at Barbican Centre (V371)

The Merry Wives of Windsor

The Merry Wives of WindsorT678834477
Falstaff gets him come-uppance (three times) in this rather confused but at times immensely funny Shakespeare comedy - his only one about the middle classes. The story, almost certainly false, goes that Queen Elizabeth I so enjoyed the character of Falstaff that she asked to see him again in another play - in love. Shakespeare is supposed to have obliged with this delightful romp.
Author Shakespeare


Archive :: production:T678834477, play:S4211, venue:V371
Current production:Work

Production details

Special Performances


  • 28 Nov 18 Sign Interpreted
  • 15 Dec 18 Audio Described

Company

Company Royal Shakespeare Company
Director Fiona Laird
Design Lez Brotherston
Lighting Tim Mitchell
Performer David Troughton (Falstaff)
Performer Beth Cordingly (Mistress Ford)
Performer Rebecca Lacey (Mistress Page)
Performer David Acton (Sir Hugh Evans)
Performer Afolabi Alli (Pistol)
Performer Stevie Basaula (company)
Performer Ishia Bennison (Mistress Quickly)
Performer Katy Brittain (The Hostess of the Garter)
Performer Jonathan Cullen (Dr Caius)
Performer Paul Dodds (George Page)
Performer Josh Finan (Nym)
Performer Karen Fishwick (Anne Page)
Performer Charlotte Josephine (Bardolph)
Performer Vince Leigh (Frank Ford)
Performer John Macaulay (Simple)
Performer Luke Newberry (Fenton)
Performer Tom Padley (Slender)
Performer Sakuntala Ramanee (company)
Performer Tim Samuels (Shallow)
Performer Nima Taleghani (company)

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