Can Sherlock Holmes save us from the Prince of Darkness?

New Holmes in Coulsdon

As the old century wanes, a new threat rises…

The mortal remains of a young aristocrat vanish without explanation in the dead of night from Brompton Necropolis.

But no sooner is consulting detective Sherlock Holmes asked to investigate, than a second mystery presents itself – a beautiful heiress afflicted with unaccountable night terrors that are slowly draining her life away.

As these two strange cases resolve themselves into one, Holmes and his steadfast companion Dr Watson find themselves plunged into a shadowy, hidden London of grave-robbing grotesques, murderous Szgany gypsies and demonic possession that conceals a diabolical plot to overthrow the very Crown itself….

The Lord of Darkness comes to Coulsdon …

Theatre Workshop Coulsdon presents a new, original production that pits the greatest detective against his most dangerous adversary, the Prince of Darkness, Dracula. A gothic thriller that takes you from well-heeled Bloomsbury to the grimy wharves of Limehouse and a final confrontation deep beneath the unsuspecting streets of the hub of Empire…

Be afraid. He is coming… From Saturday April 6, with further performances on Sunday 7, Wednesday 10, Thursday 11, Friday 12 and Saturday 13, all at 8pm. Matinees at 3pm on Saturday 13 and Sunday 14.

At Coulsdon Community Centre, Barrie Close, Chipstead Valley Road, CR5 3BE. Tickets £10, concessions £7.
To book, click here.


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