Tuesday 26 October 2021 to Saturday 30 October 2021
by Arthur Conan Doyle
Adapted for the stage by Steven Canny and John Nicholson for Peepolykus
Mr Holmes, they were the footprints of a gigantic hound…
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s most celebrated adventure gets a brilliantly farcical overhaul in Lotte Wakeham's acclaimed production.
World-renowned detective Sherlock Holmes and his colleague Dr Watson are asked to unravel the mystery surrounding the untimely death of Sir Charles Baskerville.
With rumours of a cursed giant hound loose on the loose moors, they must act fast in order to save the Baskerville family’s last remaining heir.
A hit in the West End, this ingenious adaptation combines an exhilarating collision of farce, theatrical invention and wonderfully comic performances to offer a brand-new twist on the greatest detective story of all time.
A who-dun-nit for all ages.
From the award-winning Original Theatre Company who brought you Alan Bennett’s The Habit of Art, the smash-hit comedy Invincible and the acclaimed Birdsong.
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Tuesday - Saturday 7.45pm
Wednesday and Saturday 2.30pm
Tues - Thu 7.45pm £20 - £25.50
Fri and Sat 7.45pm £22 - £27.50
Wed and Sat 2.30pm: £20 & £22
Conc £1.50 off (Top 2 prices, 7.45pm only)
Under 16s and Students £10
Under 25s £15
Friends of Devonshire Park Theatre 25% off (First 2 nights)
Prices inclusive of £2 per ticket booking fee.
Directed by Lotte Wakeham Produced by The Original Theatre Company & Octagon Theatre Bolton
Audio Described performances Friday 7.45pm & Saturday 2.30pm
“Rib-bustingly hilarious.” The Times
"Just what the doctor ordered: a slick frivolous three-hander whodunnit with much hilarity and impressive effects" British Theatre Guide
"This ingenious adaptation is a fabulous, exhilarating slapstick romp combining theatrical invention and wonderfully comic performances. Gloriously silly and a right hoot. I recommend you go and see it." ★★★★★ Fairy Powered Productions
"A great piece of hilarious and light-hearted entertainment" Behind the Arras ★★★★★
"A masterpiece of transformations" Cambridge Times