Bristol Old Vic Theatre School present The Canterbury Tales

Posted on 27/05/19 by Dulverton Town Hall

Bristol Old Vic Theatre School makes a welcome return to Dulverton this month with The Canterbury Tales by Geoffery Chaucer, adapted by John Hartoch at Dulverton Town Hall on Saturday June 15th, at 7.30pm.
A colourful cast of characters set off for Canterbury competing to tell their tales of love, lust, adventure and chivalry. Brimming with verve and energy, Chaucer’s well-loved stories and brought beautifully alive by students from the acclaimed Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. All of Medieval life is here, with the wide range of social strata rubbing shoulders as the Miller, the Steward and the Wife of Bath (among others) all have their tales to tell. The Canterbury Tales is a touchstone of English literature and has delighted readers for centuries. Some of the tales are bawdy in nature and age guidance is 14+
Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, one the most successful and well-respected drama schools in the UK, attracts the very best in young acting talent, guaranteeing the audience an experience of the highest quality.
Tickets from Dulverton Post Office or contact Jan Ross - 01398 323818, Adults £12, students in full time education £8.

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