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Performance

VenueGeneral
TownGeneral
CountyHampshire
From30th May 2006
To3rd June 2006
What is currently on at General (V1273)

Canterbury Tales

T01380534360
Canterbury Tales is a bawdy classic written 700 years ago, it centres on a group of pilgrims who entertain one another with stories as they ride to Canterbury Cathedral. But despite the apparently holy purpose of their journey these travellers reveal themselves as sinners rather than saints. The pilgrims contrasting and colourful backgrounds offer many different stories, from the serious and moral to the farcical and bawdy, proving that like Shakespeare after him, Chaucer was 'not for an age but for all time' .
Author Chaucer


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Tales 1

Part I consists of The Knight, The Miller and Other Tales. The pilgrims' journey begins with the pageantry and spectacle of The Knight's Tale as chivalrous rivals compete for their love's affections. Later love is of a different vein in the shap of the bawdy Miller's Tale, before the farmyard chaos of the Nun's Priest's Tale as the vain cockerel Chaunticleer is abducted by the wily col-fox. Mountbatten Leisure Centre, Portsmouth. Box Office: 023 92 690011

Company

Producer Royal Shakespeare Company
Adapted by Mike Poulton
Director Gregory Doran
Director Rebecca Gatward
Director Jonathan Munby
Design Michael Vale
Performer Paola Dionisotti (Prioress)
Performer Claire Benedict (Wife of Bath)
Performer Michael Jibson
Performer Nick Barber
Performer Daon Broni
Performer Dylan Charles
Performer Lisa Ellis
Performer Christopher Godwin
Performer Michael Hadley
Performer Anna Hewson
Performer Edward Hughes
Performer Michael Matius
Performer Barry McCarthy
Performer Chu Omabala
Performer Ian Pirie
Performer Joshua Richards
Performer Christopher Saul
Performer Katherine Tozer
Performer Darren Tunstall

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