No. 1 Fringe Theatre in Stratford-Upon-Avon

Resident company of the Attic Thatre

SHERLOCK HOLMES A STUDY IN SCARLET

15 September
- 24 September

From: £14

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Sherlock and Watson are back with another classic mystery to solve.

 

Adapted by Robert Moore
Directed by John-Robert Partridge

This is the third year that Tread The Boards is returning with another Sherlock Holmes, Robert Moore is taking us back to the beginning in his adaptation of A Study In Scarlet. The story is narrated by Dr John Watson, more so than before this script offers lighter moments, as Watson is completely bewildered by this strange new man in his life, the infamous Sherlock Holmes.

Moore has expanded Mrs Hudson’s role and the role of Inspector Gregson is being played by a female which Moore has had fun adapting. Because of the way society was in the 19th century, a female inspector isn’t true to life; but onstage we can flip reality on it’s head.


We finally meet Mycroft, Sherlock’s big brother and Inspector Lestrade. The set and technical team will once again transport us to 221B Baker Street. We look forward to seeing you there!

Running Time: 2hrs

(Approx including Interval)

Age Guidance: PG

Cox's Yard
Bridge foot street
Stratford-upon-Avon
Warwickshire
CV37 6YY

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CREATIVES INCLUDE

Director: John-Robert Partridge

Adapted by: Robert Moore

Lighting Design: Kat Murray

Sound Design: Elliott Wallis

Set Construction: Sue Kent, Kat Murray & Carmen De Pons

Producer: Catherine Prout

Technical Operators: Carmen De Pons & Dom Selbey

CAST INCLUDES

John-Robert Partridge

Robert Moore

Matilda Bott

Rosie Coles

Ben Armitage

Edward Manning

FRONT OF HOUSE &

BOX OFFICE

Denise & Kevin Prout

Lisa Jacobs

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Access

The Attic Theatre is accessible via two flights of stairs or a lift and is suitable for wheelchair users. Please see the seating plan before making a booking to book the most suitable seats.​ Please notify us when you make your booking if you require wheelchair access. For more information on access please visit the AccessAble website.

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