Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery
Dramatic Productions presents
Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery

19 Apr 2019 to 27 Apr 2019


With his deerstalker cap on, the game’s afoot as Sherlock Holmes, everyone’s favourite detective, strives to solve his most notorious case before the curse of the Baskervilles dooms another heir!

In this hilarious adaptation of one of Sherlock Holmes's most classic stories, two actors play the roles of Holmes and Watson, while three other actors play the other 36 characters!

Don't miss the fun, laughs and intrigue as the case twists and turns towards its final climatic conclusion!

10% of ticket sales goes to a different charity each show. This is then matched by Masonicare! Chose your show and your charity from the list below!

Dainere’s Rainbow - Saturday 20 April

Givit ACT - Sunday 21 April

RSPCA Canberra - Wednesday 24 April

Soldier On - Thursday 25 April

Newborn Intensive Care Foundation - Friday 26 April

Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children - Saturday 27 April 2pm

Don't forget our Pay-It Forward scheme. You can buy a ticket for just $15 and it goes to our charity partners to be given to under-privilaged families or community volunteers.

For a limited time Truefitt and Hill are giving a free pampered shave or hair cut to each person who buys a Pay-It-Forward ticket! Your free coupon can be picked up at the box office on the night of your show.

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Creatives Rob DeFries Rob DeFries
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Cast Brain Kavanagh Brain Kavanagh
Sherlock Holmes
Brian has been hanging around Canberra amateur theatre for about 25 years now.  Mostly as a chorus boy for Canberra Repertory's "Old Time Music Hall" where he spent about 10 years learning how to dance without looking at his feet, but with many other productions and companies
thrown in along the way for good measure.  His last role with "Dramatic Productions" was as "The Steward" in "Into The Woods" in 2015.  If watching carefully last year, you may have seen him as "Major Petkoff" in Canberra Repertory's, "Arms and the Man" in early 2018.
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