Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime

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Wednesday, 30th November 2016 at 7:30pm – Saturday, 3rd December

Location: Theatre and Bar

A comedy of wit. wisdom and a soupcon of acidic satire for good measure, based on an Oscar Wilde short story. ¬†Days before his wedding, Arthur Savile is told he is destined to commit murder, so he sets out to dispose of his aunt, Lady Clementina. But his partner-in-crime, a bungling anarchist, seems incapable of blowing up a paper bag, let alone a member of the aristocracy. Failure follows failure, and blissful nuptials seem a long way off…. the perfect antidote to those winter evenings

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