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Sherlock Holmes - The Best Kept Secret

18 May 2013 to 08 June 2013

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Quarry Theatre

£12 Ticket

Tickets from £12 to £27
Discounts £3 off in A & B Monday to Friday

Only one discount per ticket
Groups 5+ £3 off
Groups 10+ £5 off
Groups 25+ £6 off Area A

 A £1.75 booking fee will be applied to every  transaction

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Community Network    20, 21, 22, 29, 30 & 31 May 7.30pm, 25 May 2.00pm, 30 May 1.30pm, 4 June 7.30pm

Post Show Discussion   29 May 7.30pm

Captioned    4 June 7.30pm

Audio Described   31 May 7.30pm and 6 June 1.30pm

BSL 30 May 7.30pm

 

West Yorkshire Playhouse, Bronia Buchanan, The Booking Office and Wimpole Theatre
Based on the characters of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
By Mark Catley
Director Nikolai Foster
Set & Costume Designer Michael Taylor
Composer Grant Olding
Magic Consultant Scott Penrose
Lighting Designer Ben Cracknell
Sound Designer Mic Pool
Casting Director Kay Magson 


A richly seductive world of passion, breathless intrigue, jeopardy, deception and revelations…

Two years after the Reichenbach Falls, Sherlock Holmes has lost his hunger. Refusing to take on any new cases, he's listless, bankrupt and reduced to selling the stories of his past glories. But when his brother Mycroft is arrested for treason, Holmes is jolted back into action, and along with Watson and the mysterious Irene Adler, he must battle
powerful, unknown forces in a race to save Mycroft's life.

With demons of his own to fight, lost in a sea of madness, can Sherlock really save Mycroft from being hanged? Or will the deadly puzzles of the Best Kept Secret be the end of them all?

Arthur Conan Doyle's legendary sleuth is live on stage, in a gripping, brand-new case written by Mark Catley, directed by Nikolai Foster who created our spectacular production of Annie in 2011.

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This spectacular new production is touring the UK prior to the West End starring Jason Durr (Sherlock Holmes), Andrew Hall (Dr Watson), Tanya Franks (Irene Adler), Adrian Lukis (Mycroft Holmes), Victor McGuire (Inspector LeStrade), Andrew Langtree (The Journalist) and Kerry Peers (Mrs Peasgoode), and will draw you deep into a richly seductive world of passion, breathless intrigue, jeopardy, deception and revelations… Will you be able to stand the tension?!

Theatre Day: A Curious incident… A Villainous crime…

 Discover your inner Sherlock and crack the code to help solve a heinous and villainous crime…

This drama workshop is most suitable for pupils with a keen eye for detail, excellent sense of smell and great powers of observation and deduction.

If you think your pupils possess these necessary detective qualities, please contact us.

on 0113 2137700 or email groups@wyp.org.uk

Thursday 06 June

11.00 - 12.30

£19.50 per student (including ticket for matinee performance, 1.30pm)

Suitable for KS3

Max: 30 participants

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