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The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton (play 1935)

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Review in Norwood News (12 april 1935, p. 20)

The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton is a British play, adapted by E. D. Walter, performed by Streatham Grammar School students at Riggindale-road Methodist Hall (Streatham, UK) on 8 & 9 april 1935, starring E. D. Walter as Sherlock Holmes and D. J. Harris as Dr. Watson.

The programme was in aid of the School athletic sports.

The play is adapted from Arthur Conan Doyle's short story : The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton (1904).


Cast


Crew

  • Stage Manager : F. Gutteridge
  • Adaptation : E. D. Walter
  • Scenery : G. L. Rolfe, E. D. Walter, A. P. Crimson
  • Pianoforte solos : Jack Hedges, John Hunt, Ronald Good
  • Music direction : Miss Cox, V. C. Key





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