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Sherlock Holmes: The Musical (1993)

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Sherlock Holmes: The Musical (Bristol, 1993)

Sherlock Holmes: The Musical is a 2-act British musical play, written by Leslie Bricusse and directed by Bob Tomson, performed at the Old Vic Theatre (Bristol, UK) from 11 march to 10 april 1993 and at Wimbledon Theatre (London, UK) from 13 to 21 april 1993, starring Robert Powell as Sherlock Holmes and Roy Barraclough as Dr. Watson.

In april 2013 Leslie Bricusse worked with the Morphic Graffiti theatre company to revise and revamp the show and was renamed The Revenge of Sherlock Holmes! including some new material never previously performed.

See the list of adaptation of this play.



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Cast

Poster for performances at Wimbledon, London.
  • Sherlock Holmes : Robert Powell
  • Dr. Watson : Roy Barraclough
  • Bella Spellgrove : Louise English
  • ? : Peter Brollow
  • ? : Marilyn Cutts
  • ? : Stephen Earle
  • ? : Tim Flannigan
  • ? : Kathryn Hare
  • ? : Sarah Hay
  • ? : Philip Hazelby
  • ? : James Head
  • ? : Cheryl Jane King
  • ? : Lorinda King
  • ? : Sean Kingsley
  • ? : David Langham
  • ? : Paula Margetson
  • ? : Paul Mead
  • ? : David Oakley
  • ? : Ray Strachan
  • ? : John Tobias
  • ? : Andrew Tyler


Crew






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