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Cinderella, or The Adventure of the Single Slipper

From The Arthur Conan Doyle Encyclopedia

Programme (cast)

Cinderella, or The Adventure of the Single Slipper (sub-titled A Musical Absurdity) is a British 2-act musical play, written by John T. Osler & Wilfrid C. Mathews, first performed at the Smith's Palace of Varieties (Birmingham, UK) on 25 december 1911 (and 2ore times in 1912 and 1914, see performances), starring Wilfrid C. Mathews as Sherlock Holmes and Hugh S. Mathews as Dr. Watson.



Photos

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Cast

Programme (text of the play)


Crew


Acts

  • Act 1
    • Scene 1 : The Drawing Room, 2, Laburnum Villas
    • Scene 2 : The Same — Evening
  • Act 2
    • Scene 1 : A Room in the Palace
    • Scene 2 : The Same — Later


Performances

1911

  • 25.12.1911 : Smith's Palace of Varieties (Birmingham, UK)

1912

  • 13.02.1912 : Rosslyn Hill Schoolroom (Hampstead, UK)

1914

  • 16.01.1914 : Botanical Gardens (Edgbaston, UK)






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