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A Scandal in the Weimar

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A Scandal in the Weimar (2017)

A Scandal in the Weimar is an Australian play, written by Claire Bowen & Jennifer Piper and directed by Belinda Campbell, presented as part of Due West Festival, performed by Wit Incorporated at the Bluestone Church Arts Space (Footscray, Australia) from 25 august to 9 september 2017, starring Jennifer Piper as Lady Sherlock Holmes and Emma Hayden as Dr. Jean Watson.

It's London, 1939. Tensions are building as war seems imminent. Lady Sherlock Holmes and Dr Jean Watson are engaged by Diana, Lady Mosley to track down Irene Adler in Berlin and retrieve sensitive information. Lady Sherlock Holmes, Nazis and cabaret.



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