Sherlock Holmes is coming to Linlithgow with three different angles being taken on the famous detective.
The Linlithgow Players are delighted to bring back their highly successful Plays and Wine evening which will include three one act plays about the Baker Street sleuth on October 18 and 19.
Sherlock Holmes’ ‘Last Case’, written by Charlie Cook, features classic characters, and focuses on the mystery of what became of the Kalimari Diamond, and how it results in Holmes’ retiral. The second piece, ‘The Hound Of The Baskervilles - a PantoCrime’, by Richard Coleman, is a unique interpretation and features an all female cast, performed entirely in rhyme.
Finishing off the evening, ‘Hidden Meanings’ by Michael Snelgrove takes us away from Victorian England, and into the present day. It features a Holmes enthusiast, who takes his hobby much too seriously for his wife and finds himself in a spot of bother. There will also be a selection of sketches.
The Plays and Wine event will take place at Linlithgow Primary School on October 18 and 19, starting at 7.30pm. Tickets are £9 and available from Far From The Madding Crowd. Each ticket also entitles entrants to a complimentary glass of wine.