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Sherlock Holmes and the Invisible Thing

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Sherlock Holmes and the Invisible Thing (2016)

Sherlock Holmes and the Invisible Thing is a British play written by Greg Freeman and directed by Ken McClymont, performed at Tabard Theatre (London, UK) from 7 june to 16 july 2016, starring Alex Mann as Sherlock Holmes and Richard Fish as Dr. Watson.

A perplexed Inspector Peacock summons Holmes and Watson to the home of Miss Lucy Grendle, the daughter of the late Alfred Grendle, a man who had a somewhat murky past. Miss Lucy Grendle has a problem with vodka... and Sherlock Holmes. Their paths have crossed before and it did not end well. Tension is in the air and it is not just because a murderous Invisible Thing is prowling the house. As the night unfolds, amidst a lethal concoction of a cadaver, origami and alcohol... Sherlock Holmes finally meets his match.



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  • Director : Ken McClymont
  • Playwrights : Greg Freeman
  • Set Design : Mike Leopold
  • Lightning Designer : Jack Weir
  • Original Music : James Freeman
  • Sound : James Freeman






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