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Sherlock Holmes: The Sign of Four

Sherlock Holmes: The Sign of Four

“When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth”

Crammed full of adventure, romance, comedy and of course one or two rather brilliant deductions, The Sign of Four is Arthur Conan Doyle’s epic second Sherlock Holmes tale, a breath-taking yarn brought to life in this spectacular new stage adaptation.

When Mary Morstan arrives at 221B, Baker Street to request help with the mystery of her missing father, Holmes takes the case and together with his companion Dr Watson enters a murky world of deception and trickery, unravelling a complex plot involving murder, corruption and stolen jewels.

Don’t miss Blackeyed Theatre’s stunning world premiere of Sherlock Holmes: The Sign of Four.

Original live music, stylish theatricality and magical story-telling combine for an unforgettable theatrical experience. The game’s afoot!

“One of the most innovative, audacious companies working in contemporary English Theatre” The Stage

Recommended for age 11+
Running time: Approx 2 hours (including interval)

Book Tickets

  • Mon 19 November 7.30pm
  • Tue 20 November 7.30pm

Tickets £18
Concessions £16

by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Adapted for the Stage by Nick Lane
Directed by Nick Lane
Music by Tristan Parkes
Design by Victoria Spearing
Costume design by Naomi Gibbs

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