Written by Jim Clelland (@UrbanSpaceman64) Shadows of Sherlock Holmes is a slightly misleading title as none of the short stories featured in the book have anything to do with Sherlock Holmes. It is merely that some of the stories take place in the time of Arthur Conan Doyle’s legendary Barker Street detective. In The Shadow… Continue reading Shadows of Sherlock Holmes edited by David Stuart Davies- A Review
Category: Adaptation Discussion
Sherlock Holmes and the Conundrum of Conan Doyle- Play Review
Written by Jim Clelland (@UrbanSpaceman64) We stand and we wait. There is nothing else to do. There are a lot of people waiting outside the entrance. Some are chatting with friends and acquaintances, some are smiling, some are silent, staring into the distance lost in their own thoughts. As we stand and wait, a small… Continue reading Sherlock Holmes and the Conundrum of Conan Doyle- Play Review
The Adventures of the Improvised Sherlock Holmes- Play Review
Written by Jim Clelland (@UrbanSpaceman64) Sherlock Holmes is one of the most enduring figures of my life. Not one year has passed since I first discovered Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's creation that I have not read, watched or listened to something related to The Great Detective. His knowledge is extraordinary. His brain power is legendary.… Continue reading The Adventures of the Improvised Sherlock Holmes- Play Review
The Return of Sherlock Holmes- Play Review
Written by Jim Clelland (@UrbanSpaceman64) The Return of Sherlock Holmes, adapted by Owen Thomas and taken from the short story The Empty House by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, is a highly entertaining two-handed play starring Michael Roy Andrew as Dr John H Watson, and Nigel Miles-Thomas as Mr Sherlock Holmes, and directed by Anthony Shrubsall,… Continue reading The Return of Sherlock Holmes- Play Review
Watson: The Final Problem- Play Review
Written by Jim Clelland In August 2022 I had the privilege to attend Watson – The Final Problem, at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The one person play was written by Bert Coules (known to many as the adapter and then author of numerous BBC radio Sherlock Holmes stories) and writer and actor Tim Marriott, and… Continue reading Watson: The Final Problem- Play Review
The Return of the Baskervilles- Article Updates and the Sherlockian Stage
“The man sprang from his chair and paced up and down the room in uncontrollable agitation. Then, with a gesture of desperation, he tore the mask from his face and hurled it upon the ground.” ~ Wilhelm Gottsreich Sigismond von Ormstein, Grand Duke of Cassel-Felstein, hereditary King of Bohemia, being overdramatic in the presence of… Continue reading The Return of the Baskervilles- Article Updates and the Sherlockian Stage
221B My Boswell
Welcome to this "Valentine's" edition of The Baskerville Pups! Today we'll be filling you in about all the Sherlockian shenanigans we've been up to, so you can carry on your day thinking about Sherlock... and the 221B gang. 1. Street Arab Conversations We are extremely close to finishing our discussions on The Adventures of Sherlock… Continue reading 221B My Boswell
Baskerville Chat with MK Wiseman #1
Hi everyone, welcome to our chat with MK Wiseman! We hope you got a chance to read her lovely short story, Sherlock Holmes & the Case of Vittoria the Circus Belle (new abbreviation: VITT)! We'd like to thank MK for joining us; it's an absolute honour to have you as our first special guest and… Continue reading Baskerville Chat with MK Wiseman #1
Special Pastiche Event with M.K. Wiseman
In tandem with Free Sherlock and the talented author M.K. Wiseman, the Baskerville Pups is hosting a discussion about her latest Sherlock Holmes short story, Sherlock Holmes and the Case of Vittoria the Circus Belle. We welcome everyone to join us on our Goodreads club to have a nice social chat with us Sherlockians! The… Continue reading Special Pastiche Event with M.K. Wiseman
Discussion 1 Continuation: Starting with Doyle and the Order
The discussion continues on our Goodreads group. You can also follow along here, as we watch the YouTube playlist and read the webpage.
Before the end of the month, let’s aim for these goals, so we can get the game afoot-ing… so we can press on.
The litter basket is empty! Come introduce yourselves and make yourselves at home. If you or someone you know is looking for some reading fun, take a trip to 221B Baker Street with the Baskerville Pups. Spread the word so we can reach to everyone, especially the youths who can add something fun to their summer holiday. This club can boost interactions and interest in literature and surprisingly, science. The Baskerville Pups is all about discovery, and at the end of it all, we want to help the Pups find something that would have an everlasting and positive effect on them.
Side note! Experienced Sherlockians are more than welcome to come guide the Pups as they read, learn, and play.
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