Plays Directory : The Canterbury Tales

The information below is intended to give you a brief guide to the show and highlight some of the other The Mandy Network members who have also been involved in this show.

  • Author
    Geoffrey Chaucer
  • Written
    circa 14th century
  • Setting
    England
  • Overview
    A collection of stories written by Geoffrey Chaucer in the 14th century (two of them in prose, the rest in verse).

    The tales, some of which are originals and others not, are contained inside a frame tale and told by a collection of pilgrims on a pilgrimage from Southwark to Canterbury to visit the shrine of Saint Thomas Becket at Canterbury Cathedral.

    Adapted at least twice for the stage, most notably as a full-length musical in 1968.

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3 known characters

9 known roles


Connected mandy members:

Keziah Lockwood
2020, The Wife of Bath
Tour
Paul Willcocks
2019, John Squire and Various
The Tower Theatre
Arabella Hornby
2019, Griselda, Chaucer, Ensemble
The Tower Theatre
Ryan Williams
2019, The Miller
Tower Theatre
Toñi Madja
Toñi Madja
Actor
2019, Constance / The Knight (Soldier)
Tower Theatre
Ellie Uden
Ellie Uden
Child Actor
2019, Amelia, a story-teller
SLC
Alexa Wall
Alexa Wall
Actor
2019, Train Guard/Various
Tower Theatre
Anna Gallagher
2018, The Miller
St Peter's Church, Northampton
Alexandra Pienaru
2018, The Prioress
Katie Lawson
Katie Lawson
Actor
2018, Wife of Bath
St Peter's Church
Josephine Philomena
Josephine Philomena
Child Actor
2018, Stone Imp (gargoyle)
Southwell Minster
Naomi Ell
Naomi Ell
Actor
2018, The Wife of Bath
Oliver Franks
2018, The Squire
Timothy Trimingham Lee
2018, Director
Fraser Venn
Fraser Venn
Child Actor
2018, Ensemble member
Playbox Theatre
Daniel Pabla
Daniel Pabla
Actor
2017, Nicholas
The Barn Theatre
Stephanie Prior
2017, Nun
Hayden Causier
2017, Cook
Lawrence Hall UWL
Lydia Robinson
2017, The Wife of Bath
Various theatres in Spain
Steph Sarratt
2017, The Merchant's Wife
Gala city Theatre

Alternative Names

Canterbury Tales