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Sherlock Holmes et le masque de Chiang Mai (play 2019)

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Sherlock Holmes et le masque de Chiang Mai (2019)

Sherlock Holmes et le masque de Chiang Mai (Sherlock Holmes and the Mask of Chiang Mai) is a French play, written and directed by Jean-Michel Frémont, performed by La Tour des Villians company at La Tour des Villains Theatre (Montsaugeon, France) from 12-27 october 2019 (6 performances), starring Jean-Michel Frémont as Sherlock Holmes.

1949. Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand. Watson summons his friend Sherlock Holmes to the home of a rich widow, Amandine de Saint Hilaire, to make a macabre discovery. Between Europe and Asia, with the help of Amandine and the mysterious Kamaldjit Singh, the famous detective will uncover the existence of a frightening underworld. The Filthy Beast isn't dead...



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© Photos : Jean-Michel Frémont.


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© Photos : Geneviève Marot.


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