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The Merry Wives of Windsor

Directed by Adrian Uzzell

Lies, disguises and dirty laundry … The Merry Wives of Windsor is an uproarious tale of mischief and double-dealing where the women get the last laugh.

Down on his luck, Sir John Falstaff arrives in leafy Windsor and plots to seduce two wealthy married women. He thinks he’s pulling off the perfect hustle and one of them will fall for his irresistible charms. But Windsor women are cunning, and they’re about to play some tricks of their own...

Bring a chair or blanket to sit on, wine, food, family and friends for a magnificent outdoor performance on the Training Field at Windsor & Eton Football Club, Stag Meadow, St Leonards Road, Windsor SL4 3DR. There will also be a bar to buy drinks.

We are privileged to have award winning director Adrian Uzzell take control of this production. Adrian has for over 20 years both acted and directed with Richings Players and has had one outing as an actor with the Windsor Theatre Guild when he performed in a murder mystery at Maidenhead Library last year. Adrian’s directing successes with Richings Players included Dick Whittington, Steel Magnolias and Plaza Suite. Adrian also has a role down the road at the Theatre Royal where he is an Audio Describer that explains what is happening, visually, on stage throughout the performance that is relayed through headsets to those in the audience that may have impaired vision. We welcome Adrian to his directing debut with the Windsor Theatre Guild.

Important information:
•    Outdoors with no protection from the elements
•    Bar, toilet & free parking available
•    Bar open until 11pm on Thurs and Fri and 12pm on Saturday.
•    Bring your own seating or blanket as no audience seating provided
•    Gates open at 6:30pm for show start at 7:30pm

Past Shows

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An excellent interpretation of the classic "Antigone" by Sopochles set in the 90's and portraying themes very relevant to to day, Sarah Bond took her first directing role for the Windsor Theatre Guild and with a stellar cast delighted audiences at The Old Court, Windsor between 27th and 30th March 2024. 



The Lady in the Van

​This thought-provoking, hilarious and moving tale was presented to a very receptive audience mid November 2023 at The Old Court, Windsor. 

Directed by Jen Mackay and involving both new and long standing members of the Guild, this classic Alan Bennett play received many plaudits for the set, lighting and sound, the vision of the direction and the performance delivered by the cast. 

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In March 2023, audiences at the Old Court, Windsor were captivated by a darker and a little bit disturbing fusion of the classic stories “Alice in Wonderland” and “Through the Looking Glass”. 


Directed by Anna Jones with musical direction by Rob Harris, the original script was enhanced to highlight  how Lewis Carroll took inspiration from the real life love story between commoner Alice Liddell and Prince Leopold with attempts by his mother, Queen Victoria, to stop any romance.


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The Good Life

Jeremy Sams' stage play, based on the hugely popular sitcom by John Esmonde and Bob Larbey was directed for the Windsor Theatre Guild by Jen Mackay and brought together the well-loved characters (not forgetting Geraldine the Goat) as they get themselves into and out of scrapes - some old, some new, all hilarious

"The Good Life" has been one of the Guild's most popular productions, resonating with audiences and bringing back some treasured memories

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“Emma” from the novel by Jane Austen, adapted by Michael Bloom was well received by an audience enjoying our new venue at the Windsor Football Club. 

It was an opportunity to welcome new members and to feature existing members in a slightly different role, providing musical accompaniment. 

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Animal Farm

“All Animals Are Equal

But Some Animals Are More Equal Than Others”

George Orwell’s world-famous and unsettling 'fairy story' was originally based on the Russian Revolution of 1917 and its aftermath.


With its themes of freedom, fake news and the corrupting nature of power, it is as relevant today as when it was written at the end of the Second World War.   Old Major, the prize boar, calls the animals of Manor Farm together. He has had a strange dream of a better future...

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