Frank Lascelles
(1875-1934)

Died aged c. 59

Lascelles was born in the Oxfordshire village of Sibford Gower with the surname of Stevens, the son of Rev. Edward Thomas Stevens, the village priest. He was educated at the village school before attending Keble College, Oxford, where he became the most notable member of Oxford's dramatic society. After Oxford, he worked as an actor in London between 1904 and 1906 at Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree's His Majesty's theatre. It was during this time that he changed his name from Stevens to Lascelles.

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Photo of Frank Lascelles blue plaque
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Frank William Thomas Charles Lascelles 1875–1934 pageant master, writer, painter, sculptor. The man who staged the Empire. Built and lived here

The Manor House, Sibford Gower, Banbury, United Kingdom where they lived