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"Lord Arthur Savile's Crime" by Oscar Wilde, dramatised by Constance Cox - November 2015

Directed by Jon Jones

Production Manager Leah O'Regan

The Cast (in order of appearance)

Baines

Phil Hawyes

Lord Arthur Savile

Tom Spencer

Miss Sybil Merton Beth Allen
Dean of Paddington Alan Haydock
Lady Windermere Sian Barnard

Lady Beauchamp

Sue Terry

Lady Julia Merton

Sally Anderson

Mr. Podgers

Jeff Casterton

Nellie (the maid) Abby Clark

Herr Winkelkopf

Russ Hopkin

Subtle poison

Synopsis

The action of the play passes in the drawing room of Lord Arthur's house in Grosvenor Square, London
This play is based on an 1890's story by Oscar Wilde about Lord Arthur Savile 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. Despite help from his butler and the cheerful anarchist Winkelkopf, attempt after attempt fails. Then news comes that Podgers is a charlatan: Lord Arthur is free and the carriage awaits to take him to the wedding rehearsal. Alas, it contains Winkelkopf's latest bomb.

Act 1

Sc 1

Evening

Act 2

Sc 1

The following morning

Interval

Act 2

Sc 2

Morning, three days later

Act 3

Sc 1

Early evening, several days later

 

Sc 2

The following morning

Lady Clem

The Production Team

Stage Manager

Richard Stanway

Prompt 

Annette Ayres

Properties

Pauline Preston

  Val Rushworth

Sound & Lighting

Clive Holland

 

Lynne Holland

Set Design 

Leah O'Regan

Set Construction

Bob Terry

  & Group Members

Costumes

Jess Jetsum

  Sarah Taylor

Publicity

Jon Jones

 

Annette Ayres

Ticket Sales

Sue Terry

Front of House

Enid Patrick

Refreshments

Enid Patrick

Prog / Poster Design Phil Hawyes
  Jon Jones

Photography

Jess Jetsum

The Dean and Windermere
Sybil & Arthur Lady Julia
Podgers Relatives gather
Clem & Arthur Umbrella
The bomb In the Times

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