Sam and I are on tour with our new show Holmes and Watson: The Case of the Rhyming Crime. They play has been developed with support from Inn Crowd, who make work happen in rural pubs across the South East and East of England. Our show opened last night at the delightful Wheatsheaf in Holt, Norfolk.
A corner of this cosy bar became 221b Baker Street's parlour for the night, as a full (public) house witnessed an hour of case histories recounted in rhyme. Our first public showing could not have gone better - with audience members giving feedback like: "a perfect blend of mystery and comedy".
Three more Norfolk pubs await our attention, before a tour of Kent and Sussex in June. Will we foil Moriarty's infernal versified machinations each time? Let's hope so!