Six Weeks of Sherlock Holmes

Barons Court Theatre presents the complete works

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Milk Bottle Productions

Barons Court Theatre

Robert Crighton

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At Barons Court Theatre in Comeragh Road, W14, Milk Bottle Productions presents the Complete Sherlock Holmes.

Each one of St Arthur Conan Doyle's stories will be read and performed by Robert Crighton, twice every night for six weeks.

This unique theatrical event will begin on November 30 with A Study in Scarlet - the story which was used as the basis for the opening episode of the recent hit TV series Sherlock.

It will be followed on December 1 by The Sign of Four. Both of these will be performed twice in one evening, but on subsequent day there will be two separate stories in one evening, starting with A Scandal in Bohemia and The Red Headed League on December 2 and A Case of Identity and The Boscombe Valley Mystery on December 3.

You can find the full schedule at Milk Bottle Productions.

The stories will be performed on Tuesdays to Saturdays at 7.30pm and 9.15pm and Sundays at 7pm and 8.45pm. There are no performances on Mondays, from December 24 to 26 and New Year's Day.

Admission is £12 or £10 concessions. Call the Box Office on 020 8932 4747.

November 26, 2010