Chaucer confidently introduces five of his characters to the audience, but it is the turn of Alison, the Wife of Bath, to tell a tale. Its simple message about how to conduct successful human relationships is as relevant now as it was 600 years ago. The biting humour of Nick Revell’s script combines with Scarlet Theatre’s bold theatricality to expose the inner workings of Chaucer’s imagination and provides a new look at our need for a good story.

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