Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime

Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime by Constance Cox    21-23 February 2013

This play is based on an 1890’s story by Oscar Wilde about Lord Arthur Savile’s who is engaged to lovely Sybil Merton. Her pet chiromantist Podgers has read Lord Arthur’s palm and foretold he would commit a murder. Lord Arthur desires a blissful married life and therefore feels duty bound to get the murder over with first.

Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - February 2013
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - February 2013
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - February 2013
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - February 2013
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - February 2013
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - February 2013
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - February 2013
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - February 2013
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - February 2013
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - February 2013
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - February 2013
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - February 2013
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - February 2013
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - February 2013
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - February 2013
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - February 2013
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - February 2013
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - February 2013
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - February 2013
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - February 2013
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - February 2013
Lord Arthur Savile's Crime - February 2013

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Cast

Baines (Faithful butler): Graeme Bussey

Lord Arthur Savile: Stephen Charles

Sybil Merton (Arthur’s fiancée) : Sarah-Jane Anderson

Dean of Paddington (Arthur’s uncle): Rhymer Rigby

Lady Margaret Windermere (Arthur’s aunt): Liane Welch

Lady Clementina Beauchamp (Arthur’s great-aunt): Jean Williams

Lady Julia Merton (Sybil’s mother): Sonia Weston

Mr Podgers (A cheiromantist): Douglas Harding

Nellie (A parlour maid): Alice Ashbrook

Herr Frederick Winkelkopf (An anarchist): Graeme Lloyd

Crew

Director: Pat Baskerville

Stage Manager: Tracy Rudeforth

Assistant Stage Manager: Robert Evans

Prompt: Hazel Jacobs

Lighting : Calvin Sykes

Sound: Ian Hamilton

Properties: Margaret Bachini

Costumes: Jeni Gosling

Seamstress: Barbara Raines

Set Design: John Baskerville

Set Construction: Colin Bladon, Robert Evans, Graham Frost, David Smith and Calvin Sykes

Publicity: Pat Baskerville

Programme: Nicole Ashbrook

Front of House: Jeremy Evans & The Players

Honorary President & Box Office Manager: Roy Evans