Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales is one of the cornerstones of English literature. But what happens when three actors with very different ideas get their hands on the text and decide to stage their own adaptation?

Not how Chaucer wrote it

Audience feedback for previous seasons of the show:

'Who would have thought Chaucer could

be so much fun!'


'Hilariously funny with clever staging'


'Loved the audience interaction and how so much

of the show sounded improvised'


'The costumes were great and the interpretive

dance was really funny'


'I felt like I was time-travelling!'