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Sherlock Holmes and The Valley of Fear (play 1983)

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Sherlock Holmes and The Valley of Fear is a British play, written by Christopher Martin and directed by Nigel Bryant, performed at the Victoria Theatre (Stoke-on-Trent, UK) from 5 january to 26 february 1983 (16 performances), starring David Bowen as Sherlock Holmes and Graham Colclough as Dr. Watson.

This play is an adaptation of Arthur Conan Doyle's novel : The Valley of Fear (1914).


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Crew

  • Director : Nigel Bryant
  • Playwright : Christopher Martin
  • Designer : Leonard Birchenall
  • Music : Jeff Parton
  • Senior Stage Manager : Sally Isern
  • Wardrobe Supervisor : Barbara Baker






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