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The Return of Sherlock Holmes (play 1997)

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The Return of Sherlock Holmes is a British 2-acts play, directed by Harry Lands, performed by the Middle Ground Theatre Company, at the Tyne Theatre & Opera House (Newcastle upon Tyne, UK) from 17 to 22 march 1997, starring Michael Cashman as Sherlock Holmes and Frederick Pyne as Dr. Watson.

The play has been adapted by Ernest Dudley from a play by Harold Terry & Arthur Rose originally written for Eille Norwood, see The Return of Sherlock Holmes (1923-1924).



Cast


Crew


Performances

  • 17-22 march 1997 : Tyne Theatre & Opera House (Newcastle upon Tyne, UK)
  • 7-12 april 1997 : Everyman Theatre (Cheltenham, UK)
  • 14-19 april 1997 : Devonshire Park Theatre (Eastbourne, UK)
  • 28 april - 3 may 1997 : Lighthouse (Poole, UK)
  • 26-31 may 1997 : Yvonne Arnaud Theatre (Guildford, UK)
  • 3-7 june 1997 : Theatre Royal (Brighton, UK)
  • 10-14 june 1997 : Wycombe Swan (High Wycombe, UK)
  • 16-20 june 1997 : Theatre Royal (Lincoln, UK)




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