The Canterbury Tales

25 April

David Mynne

Welcome to ‘The Canterbury’, an Olde English Inn,

Infamous around these parts for villainy and sin.

The floor is caked in sawdust for soaking up the spit

And the air is thick with stories, told with wisdom, guile and wit

Some stories are romantic, some are bawdy, others scary

And there are tales about the devil that should make you oh so wary.

Some are beautifully poetic and some a little coarser;

A medieval medley from the pen of Geoffrey Chaucer!


From the company that brought you 'A Christmas Carol', 'Dracula' and 'The Odyssey' comes a one-man performance of 'The Canterbury Tales'.

Revered as one of the most important works in English literature, 'The Canterbury Tales' paints an ironic and critical portrait of English society in the middle-ages. 

All of life is here in these few bawdy, funny, serious and sometimes shocking, short stories. Experience a journey down the foul and fetid footpaths of fourteenth-century England, told with the usual irreverence, wit and silliness! 


There will be medieval naughtiness and nonsense! There may be tights and a codpiece! There will, no doubt, be some fourteenth century swearing! Let's party like it's 1387!

This is Chaucer... but not as you've ever seen it.


‘A Christmas Carol was beautiful - apparently simple theatre with just one actor but you go home remembering a cast of dozens! He is a genius.’


Richard Wolfenden-Brown: Director The Plough Arts Centre (on 'A Christmas Carol')


‘Mynne's performance is exquisite: a masterclass in the telling of tales, it needs to be seen.’

Ciaran Clarke: Arts End of Nowhere (on 'Dracula')

RUNNING TIME 90 mins (Inc interval)





​TIME 7.30pm 


Multi-Booking: Book three shows or more in a single booking and pay just £10 per ticket (Normally £12)

Group bookings: A free ticket for every 10 seats booked in one go for an individual show.

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