Grassington Players will be staging as their autumn production Lord Arthur Savile’s Crime, from a short story by Oscar Wilde originally published in 1897 and adapted for the stage by Constance Cox. Satirising upper class morality this is an entertaining black comedy. Lord Arthur learns from a palmist that he is destined to commit a murder, and worried that this should not affect his forthcoming marriage, sets about a series of unsuccessful attempts to murder a much loved aunt.
The performance will take place in the Town Hall at Grassington, and tickets are £7 for adults, £4 for children.
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