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An updated and modern interpretation of twelve Canterbury Tales which were originally written in the 14th century and told as part of a story-telling contest by a group of pilgrims as they travelled together on a journey from Southwark to the shrine of Saint Thomas Becket at Canterbury Cathedral.
PLAYWRIGHT: Club Member Cherry Woodhouse adapted and wrote (with assistance from director Sean Lippett-Fall) twelve of the original tales recorded by Geoffrey Chaucer and added two additional tales of her own; 'The Plumbers Tale' & '
The Ghost's Tale' that were performed as an integral
part of the performance.
Cherry has written two previous club staged productions;
The Engagement (2007) and Style (2009)
Playwright: Cherry Woodhouse
Directed by: Shaun Lippett-Fall
Production Date: March 2010
Staged: The Theatre, Church Walk, Burgess Hill
BHTC Production Number: 262
Pam Skilton, Donna Wakeford & Jackie Davis
Trudie Stewart assisted by Sean Lippett-Fall & Sophie Jones
Sean Lippett-Fall & Sophie Jones
Lighting & Sound
Props Sourced By
Poster & Programme Design
Box Office & Front of House Management
Programme & Press Review
Cast in Character
Photos Courtesy of Sue Gooding & Nicki Plank
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