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Sherlock Holmes et la Poudre aux Yeux

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Sherlock Holmes et la Poudre aux Yeux (Sherlock Holmes and the Smokescreen) is a French play written and directed by Elsa Royer.

The play took place in the middle of the spectators. The scene was a path of sand lighted with lanterns. The plot is a mix between The Adventure of the Speckled Band, The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet, The Sign of Four and A Scandal in Bohemia. In this play, Sherlock Holmes is in fact Irene Adler disguised as the detective.



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  • January 2007 : (Dunkerque, France)
  • October 2007 : (Dunkerque, France)





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