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Hound of the Baskervilles (play 2017)

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Hound of the Baskervilles (2017)
David Danzig as Sherlock Holmes

Hound of the Baskervilles is a British play performed by The Grand Theatre of Lemmings company as part of their Smallest Theatre in the World on 26 june 2017 and toured in UK and Germany, starring David Dantzig as Sherlock Holmes.

The concept of the "Smallest Theatre of the World" : « This fully functioning theatre sits on the side-car of an old Royal Enfield motorbike and seats just two whilst entertaining dozens of bystanders. »

Sherlock Holmes is back on the case but instead of working out of his usual London location, he's doing his crime solving from a very small theatre, the smallest theatre in the world in fact. He tries to solve criminal riddles as he investigates the death of Sir Charles Baskerville. Is the so-called hound really to blame for Baskerville's death or is it a long lost family member in search of his fortune?



Cast


Performances

  • 26 june 2017 : (Saint Albans, UK)
  • 19-20 august 2017 : The Piece Hall (Halifax, UK)
  • september 2017 : (Krefeld, Germany)


Video

Rehearsals





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