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The Merry Wives

The Merry Wives (Play) production archive for QTIX code T01510876834. Details of all The Merry Wives archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S708341233

Archive Listings

24 May 16
28 May 16
Everyman & Playhouse
Liverpool, Merseyside
Performance Details => Venue archive
17 May 16
21 May 16
Theatre Royal
York, North Yorkshire
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10 May 16
14 May 16
Yvonne Arnaud Theatre
Guildford, Surrey
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4 May 16
7 May 16
Lawrence Batley Theatre
Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
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6 Apr 16
16 Apr 16
Leeds Playhouse (formerly West Yorkshire Playhouse)
Leeds, West Yorkshire
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22 Mar 16
26 Mar 16
Rose Theatre Kingston
Kingston, Surrey
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15 Mar 16
19 Mar 16
The Lowry
Salford, Greater Manchester
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5 Feb 16
27 Feb 16
New Vic Theatre
Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire
Performance Details => Venue archive


The Merry Wives archiveThe Merry Wives is a superb medley of a comedy piled high with excruciatingly funny episodes of pure farce. Mrs Page and Mrs Ford are feisty wives who plot to outfox the devious advances of the philandering Falstaff. Mr Ford's jealousy, and determination to prove the suspected infidelity, leads to hilarious and heartrending consequences.


Barrie Rutter (Falstaff), Adam Barlow (Nim / Fenton), Al Bollands (Simple), Ben Burman (Pistol / William), Andy Cryer (Ciaus), Sarah Eve (Anne Page / Robin), John Gully (Evans), Becky Hindley (Mistress Ford), Nicola Sanderson (Mistress Page), Gerard McDermott (Shallow), Josh Moran (Bardolf / Rugby), Roy North (Page), Helen Sheals (Mistress Quickly), Mark Stratton (Host), Jos Vantyler (Slender), Andrew Vincent (Ford)


Author: Shakespeare
Company: Northern Broadsides (in partnership with The New Vic Theatre Newcastle-under-Lyme)
Director: Barrie Rutter
Design: Lis Evans
Lighting: Adam Foley
Musical Director: Conrad Nelson


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