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Father of English literature, Geoffrey Chaucer, wrote his epic poem The Canterbury Tales over 600 years ago, and it is still entertaining people today.
The famous group of pilgrims meet at the Tabard Inn, London, to begin their pilgrimage to Canterbury Cathedral. To pass the time, they each tell a story with a prize to be won for the best story.
In Sophie Heydel’s adaptation we listen to the drunk miller, the rich Wife of Bath and the greedy pardoner, tell their bawdy tales.
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