The Miller’s Story CANCELLED
Clown Noir presents
The Miller’s Story
Written by Simon Thompson | Directed by Eva Birdthistle
Followed by a post show discussion with the creative team
Belltable | Thursday, April 2nd | 8pm | €18/€16
The Miller’s Story’. An audience engaging, fun filled romp of Medieval naughtiness based on some of the characters in Chaucer’s ‘Millers Tale from The Canterbury Tales’ A lonely and ageing Miller leaves his home in Manchester and Journeys to Canterbury, stopping off in London Town along the way, for a night of revelry and storytelling with his fellow pilgrims. Using Physical Comedy, Mask, Music and Song the audience are invited to join the Miller sharing in the highs and the lows of the journey.
A few words from Simon about the show: So I’m often asked what is ‘The Millers Story’ about? Here you go. It’s a physical comedy, theatre clown show, based around Chaucer’s ‘Canterbury Tales’, especially the Miller. I’ve given the Miller a back story a life before print so to speak, that way the audience can begin to empathise with the character and share some of his experiences. In the show, I sing, I dance, I tell stories and play. It’s a little naughty, it’s great fun and only an 1hr long, so you can get a pint or a bite to eat on the way home.
• Please note all ticket prices include a booking charge.
• No exchanges or refunds.
• Wheelchair spaces can only be booked over the phone. Please call our box office on (061) 953400 if you wish to book a wheelchair space.
• No late comers admitted to the theatre once show commences.
• On street parking.
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|Thu 02 Apr|