The Canterbury Tales

Venue: The Leper Chapel, Cambridge | Map
Dates: Tuesday 25 June – Saturday 29 June, 2013
Time: 8pm – running time 110 minutes approx. Suitable for 16+

The Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer

This production is in collaboration with Cambridge Past, Present and Future.

Chaucer’s famous cycle of stories – ‘rude, funny, romantic,sexual, magical and unforgettably brilliant.’

in situ:‘s walkaround production, a revival of our sell-out performances in 2005 and 2006 takes place inside, outside and all around the beautiful and atmospheric Leper Chapel.

Outside: stories from rude Reeves, risque Merchants, romantic Knights, creepy Pardoners and just plain dirty Millers.

Inside: eerie recitations in original Middle English, chants and vocalisations; alchemy;scholarship.

The mysterious inner workings of the medieval psyche.

Please note:

  • Performance lasts 105 minutes. There is no interval.
  • There are NO TOILETS at The Leper Chapel and NO PARKING AT THE VENUE, although there is ample parking on nearby streets.
  • Stone steps leading down to venue from the street may make access difficult for less-abled people, but our friendly front-of-house staff are always willing to help.

Please call us on 01223 211451 for more details if you’re concerned.

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