The Death of Sherlock Holmes at Trereife House

MBH went and saw this at the Minack on a wet and windy evening a couple of weeks back – hopefully this will be a drier performance!!

This summer, Miracle Theatre is stirring up all the ingredients of the best Sherlock Holmes mystery with a large measure of comedy to bring you a period thriller with a sting in its tail.

It’s a dangerous time for Shelock Holmes: preparing for his final battle with the criminal mastermind Moriarty, he stumbles upon a most ingenious crime.

Faced with a web of questionable motives, bizarre weapons and devilish disguises, Sherlock and Watson head off at breakneck speed on a trail which leads from 221b Baker Street, via the Swiss Alps, to a suburban s?ance bursting with paranormal goings on.

Miracle Theatre is renowned for producing witt, highly physical and popular new works as well as clever adaptations of the classic. So, if you are searching to solve the mystery of how to have a good night out, why not follow Mrs Hudson’s recommendations: pack a hip flask, bring a suitable coat for the season (deerstalkers optional), grab a gabardine blanket and look no further than Trereife House to enjoy an evening of classic outdoor entertainment.

The Caf? in the ambient cobbled courtyard at Trereife will be serving pre-theatre light suppers and delicious homemade cakes with a 10% discount for theatregoers or do bring a picnic with rugs and chairs to enjoy al fresco dining before the performance. Hot drinks, wine, beer and light refreshments will also be on offer in the cafe during the interval.

This performance is not to be missed ? book now!..

This Saturday, 23 July 2011 at 7.30 pm @ Trereife. Tickets: ?12 adult, ?10 concession, ?6 child..

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