Sherlock Holmes: A Working Hypothesis

Sherlock Holmes: A Working Hypothesis

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It’s 1963. Three years after The Reichenbach Falls and the great detective, Sherlock Holmes, is presumed dead. Dr John Watson has married and moved on, consigning his days of adventure and investigation to memories. James Moriarty hasn’t been seen.

Overview

In an old, abandoned theatre a lecture is about to take place. An eminent professor of Criminology prepares to educate his audience on the inner workings of Sherlock Holmes - The Science Of Deduction and Analysis.

Based on the much loved stories by Arthur Conan Doyle, this is an original and interactive drama which has toured the UK. This fast paced production pits friendship against ego and ask what we would really be willing to sacrifice in order to win. A show about our battles, our allegiances and our lives. With the audience at the centre of the evening, nothing is quite what it seems.

Sherlock Holmes: A Working Hypothesis has delighted audiences around the UK, and now comes to Greenwich following an acclaimed run at the Adelaide Fringe.

Critic reviews

Consistently engaging

British Theatre Guide

Sherlock Holmes fans will love this interactive play about the fictional detective and his sidekick Watson from UK’s Flanagan Collective

Adelaide Advertiser

Date & time

Show ended
Tue 12 Apr - Sat 16 Apr, Tue - Sat, 8pm; Sat mats at 2.30pm.

Venue

Greenwich Theatre, Crooms Hill SE10 8ES London, UK · Get Directions

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