In a tradition stretching back over twenty years, SIS Paris Ouest is proud to present their latest play: The Canterbury Tales. The tales humorously highlight human failings: the danger of greed, the pitfalls of pride and infidelity; they also give the militant Wife of Bath (the original 'Nasty Woman') a chance to challenge sexual inequality. Plus ça change…. As fresh as when Geoffrey Chaucer first penned them in the late 14th century, the SIS Tales, written by Paddy Salmon and adapted by Carol Crétaigne, are brought to you with the participation of over 100 students. Ticket sales enable us to cover the heavy costs involved in this complex project which we hold dearly to our hearts.
Thank you for ordering your tickets and spreading the word as widely as you can.Long live the Play!
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