John Sunderland

The curated works of the author & artist

1985-87 The Canterbury Tales

A permanent Visitor attraction in a converted medieval church in the historic centre of Canterbury.

Client: Heritage Projects, York

Project:

Create a large volume entertaining educational tourist attraction on the theme of the Canterbury Tales.

Problem:

How to incorporate a high-volume visitor attraction in a relatively small historical-listed decommissioned church building.

Commission:

Concept, script, art-direction and production design

Solution:

Simply put Geoffrey Chaucer’s medieval masterpiece about Pilgrims on their way to a holy shrine, brought to life along a pilgrimage route created within the internal space (all of it) of a de-commissioned medieval church.

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