Oscar Wilde was in sparkling form when he wrote his short story ‘Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime’ in 1898. In this very funny tale, poisonings, explosions and other lethal events are the order of the day. The play, written by Constance Cox, brings to the stage a few eccentric characters such as a German anarchist, a fortune-teller and the dim-witted Lord Arthur.
Talented actor Padraig Regan plays prospective bridegroom Arthur, but the road to matrimony has one big stumbling block……. Come along and find out what it is.