Sherlock Holmes’ career will be reimagined in a new theatre adaptation of the fictional detective’s exploits.
Described as a “high energy, one-man show”, The Singular Exploits of Sherlock Holmes recounts the life and times of Conan Doyle’s greatest character.
The show will take place at The Castle in Wellingborough on Wednesday, September 16. The homage promises to feature “quick costume changes, wry humour and audience interaction.”
Holmes will muse over his life in autobiographical snippets, from the many adversaries he has faced to the mysteries he has solved.
The Singular Exploits of Sherlock Holmes will see stage production company Don’t Go Into The Cellar return to The Castle, after the success of their last production Dracula’s Ghost.
The company describe itself as Britain’s “finest practitioners of theatrical Victoriana in a macabre vein”. This latest production promises to offer “vintage thrills”.
The performance starts at 7:45pm on Wednesday, September 16. Tickets are on sale now for £10 by calling the box office on 01933 270 007.