Leeds Arts Centre performed Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime in June 1979.
The set for this production was designed by Malcolm Brown; an original drawing can be seen here.
|Baines, the butler||Gordon Carlin|
|Lord Arthur Savile||David Scott|
|Sybil Merton, his fiancé||Norah Budland|
|The Dean of Paddington, his uncle||George Westmoreland|
|Lady Windermere, his aunt||Gillian Thresh|
|Lady Clementina Beauchamp, his great-aunt||Joyce King|
|Lady Julia Merton, Sybil’s mother||Nina Goldthorpe|
|Mr Podgers, a cheiromantist||Roger Cook|
|Nellie, the maid||Vicki Atkinson|
|Herr Winkelkopf, an anarchist||Malcolm Brown|
|Stage Manager||Peter Manning|
|Assistant Stage Manager||Jim Young|
|Set Design||Malcolm Brown|
|Piano Playing||Gillian Thresh|
|Front of House||June Stevenson|
|Box Office||John Pemberton|
The following documents from the production are in the LAC archive.
We’re always looking to add to our archive of past productions – if you have any other memories of Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime, we would be very pleased to hear from you.
Leeds Arts Centre has also performed Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime on another occasion, in 2007 – more details of that production can be found by following the link to its page in this archive.