Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime

by Oscar Wilde, adapted by Malcolm Browndirected by Malcolm Brown
May 2007
The Carriageworks Main Space

Leeds Arts Centre performed Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime in May 2007.

Production photos

These photographs were taken during the production’s rehearsals.

Miss Merton, Lord Arthur, Lady Windermere, Mr Podgers and The Dean of Chichester
Lord Arthur Saville and Mr Septimus Podgers
Lord Arthur Saville and Lady Clementina Beauchamp
Miss Sybil Merton, Lady Windermere and The Dean of Chichester
Miss Sybil Merton and The Dean of Chichester
Lady Windermere, Lord Arthur Saville and Miss Sybil Merton

Costume designs

The costumes for this production were designed by Malcolm Brown; some of the original drawings can be seen here.

Set designs

The set for this production was designed by Malcolm Brown; some of the original drawings can be seen here.


Lord Arthur SavilleKeith Huckfield
Miss Sybil MertonEmily Holloway
The Dean of ChichesterEdwin Barraclough
Lady WindermereMargaret Savage
Mr Septimus PodgersPeter Sandles
Lady Clementina BeauchampMonica Brown
Herr WinckelkopfMark Williamson

Backstage team

DirectorMalcolm Brown
Production ManagerJoyce King
Set ConstructionSteve Fryatt
 Gerry Armytage
Stage ManagerMartyn Drake
Assistant Stage ManagersRobert Sherwood
 Maryline Pineau
 Beth Lloyd
 Shirley Broadbent
Wardrobe DirectorMaggie Rhodes
CostumesPauline Ratcliffe
 Christine Wilson
PropertiesDenise Davies
Wigs & HairJean Blundell
LightingPeter Waddicor
Sound RecordingJim Marshall
Sound OperationMaria Kwater
PromptDeborah Sandles
Front of HouseRobin Thornton

Archive documents

The following documents from the production are in the LAC archive.

Download: Programme
(440 KBytes)
Download: Flyer
(1.6 MBytes)
Download: Poster
(586 KBytes)

Add to the 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.

Other productions

Leeds Arts Centre has also performed Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime on another occasion, in 1979 – more details of that production can be found by following the link to its page in this archive.