Sherlock Holmes as you've never seen him before in “The Curse of the Hambrook Hound”. Roger Booth and Andy Marshall, (Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson) give us their unique interpretation of an old classic. Exhausted by their most recent case, Holmes and Watson need a break from the hustle and bustle of Victorian London and travel to Hambrook Hall for a rest. The holiday doesn’t last long, however, and they soon become embroiled in the mysteries overshadowing the tiny villages of Chidham and Hambrook. The situation rapidly becomes murkier than a pea-souper. What is the curse that hangs over the Hambrook family? What is the terrible beast that roams the moor hunting unsuspecting victims? Holmes begins to suspect everyone he questions, including himself. Can the famous detective solve the case and rid the village of the curse that has hung over it for so long? Sherlock Holmes in the Curse of the Hambrook Hound takes you on a funny, fast-paced adventure, with all the excitement of a Conan Doyle classic and possibly some bits that even the great writer himself couldn’t have imagined.
DISTANCING AND SAFETY MEASURES
In the current Covid climate, we understand that everyone is concerned about social distancing and we are committed to ensuring that our audience and the players are kept as safe as possible. We have decided to limit the numbers in the audience to a maximum of 40 rather than our usual 70+. It’s a shame that we won’t be able to have as many of you lovely people joining us, but we hope that you’ll more than makeup for it in clapping, laughing and general merriment. We’re choosing to think of it as a good thing to have an exclusive audience, we are just very happy to welcome people back to our performances.
Tickets are fully refundable if the show is cancelled due to Covid 19.