7 June - 16 July 2016
Tuesday - Saturday @ 7:30pm
Saturday Matinee @ 4pm
Sunday @ 2pm
No performances on Mondays.
There is no performance on Sunday 10 July.
£12 per ticket for groups of 8 or more
Thursday 9 June
PRESS NIGHT TICKETS £25
Ticket includes complimentary drink and programme on arrival
The running time is
1 hour and 45 minutes
including a 15 minute interval
Contains adult themes and supernatural effects that some
children might find distressing. 13+ but at parents
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AND THE INVISIBLE THING
by Greg Freeman
Based on characters
created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Directed by Ken
McClymont, Designed by Mike Leopold
Lighting by Jack Weir, Original Music and Sound by
Holmes and Watson are called to a Gothic mansion
to investigate a murder seemingly committed
an invisible perpetrator.
As they probe into the
mysterious lakeside drowning...
Critically acclaimed team
Greg Freeman and Ken McClymont return to the
the Tabard Theatre for a brand new tale of
Arthur Conan Doyle’s detective saga.
A perplexed Inspector Peacock summons Holmes
and Watson to the home of Miss Lucy Grendle,
the daughter of the late Alfred Grendle, a
man who had a somewhat murky past.
Miss Lucy Grendle has a
problem with vodka... and Sherlock Holmes.
Their paths have crossed before and it did
not end well. Tension is in the air and it
is not just because a murderous Invisible
Thing is prowling the house.
As the night unfolds,
amidst a lethal concoction of a cadaver,
origami and alcohol … Sherlock Holmes
finally meets his match.
Swiftly following his recent masterful
re-working of the Ballads of Robin Hood at the
No Picnic, Beak Street & Dogstar) returns to
the Tabard Theatre with a new re-working of our
beloved Sherlock Holmes. GregFreemanalso
recently adapted for the stage - with Lila
Whelan - Conan Doyles's first Sherlock
Holmes book A Study in Scarlet which
received rave reviews when it premiered last
Alex Mann (Dunsinane; National Theatre Scotland
and Shakespeare in a Suitcase RSC) takes the
title role with Faith Edwards (Doctors, BBC)
taking the mysterious role of Mrs Rochester.
Richard Fish (Dr Watson), Saria Steel (Lucy
Grendle) and Dan Maclane (Inspector Peacock)
complete the cast.
Directed by Ken McClymont, Sherlock Holmes and
the Invisible Thing promises to be a
delicious Gothic night of thrills, spills and
Time Out ****
"...almost as whip smart as the great
On Greg Freeman's co-adaptation of A Study
**** The Stage, “a smart riff on a familiar
legend” On Greg Freemans Ballad of Robin Hood