Lord Arthur Savile's Crime
by Oscar Wilde, adapted by Constance Cox
20 to 29 September 2018
Oscar Wilde’s short story has been amusingly brought to the stage in Constance Cox’s witty adaptation. Fashionable young man-about-town, Lord Arthur Savile, has not a care in the world except for the planning of his wedding to the lovely Sybil Merton. And then the fortune-telling Mr Podgers disrupts his life by informing him that he is destined to murder someone. Can he really marry Sybil before he commits this crime? Can a victim be found before the wedding day? Who can he possibly ‘do in’? Can he get away with it?