Sir Cleges and the Winter Cherries


An old knight who’s given all his wealth to the poor is poor now himself. With a basket of miraculous mid-winter cherries, he journeys to ask the King for a boon on Christmas Eve. But to get into the castle he must promise a third of his boon to each of three crooked servants. With nothing left, what does the old knight ask of Uther Pendragon?






Originally penned by Chretien de Troyes, a French courtly poet from the 12th century, the tale takes place in the days of King Arthur when a kingly gift was called a “boon.” Told with character voices, vocal effects and music on 12-string guitar.


25 minutes

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