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Sherlock Holmes: The Adventure at Sir Arthur Sullivan's

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Sherlock Holmes: The Adventure at Sir Arthur Sullivan's (1996)

Sherlock Holmes: The Adventure at Sir Arthur Sullivan's is a British play, written and directed by Tim Heath, performed by the Stage One Theatre Company at the Komedia (Brighton, UK) on 11 to 14 september 1996 and toured in UK (see performances), starring Miles Richardson as Sherlock Holmes and Andrew Bridgmont as Dr. Watson.

Sir Arthur Sullivan, Holmes and Watson are invited to give a dramatic presentation of two of their cases. Unable to resist the challenge, the duo find themselves embroiled in an exploit of a more sinister nature.



Cast


Crew

  • Director : Tim Heath
  • Lightning : David W. Kidd


Performances

  • 11-14 september 1996 : Komedia (Brighton)
  • 16 september 1996 : Arts Centre (Eastbourne)
  • 18 september 1996 : Bridgwater Arts Centre (Bridgwater)
  • 21 september 1996 : Municipal Hall (Pontypridd)
  • 11 october 1996 : Yvonne Arnaud Theatre (Guildford)
  • 17 october 1996 : Powell Theatre (Sherborne)
  • 30 october - 17 november 1996 : Warehouse Theatre (Croydon)
  • 19 november 1996 : Pontardawe Arts Centre (Swansea)
  • 21 november 1996 : Ashcroft Arts Centre (Fareham)
  • 22 november 1996 : Maltings Arts Centre (St Albans)
  • 26 november 1996 : Stahl Theatre (Oundle)
  • 27 november 1996 : Guildhall Arts Centre (Grantham)
  • 28 november 1996 : Arena Theatre (Wolverhampton)
  • 29 november 1996 : Harrow Arts Centre (Hatch End)





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