Ben Caplan & Richard James in A Sherlock Carol at Marylebone Theatre

Photos: A Sherlock Carol production photos at Marylebone Theatre

Production images have been released for A Sherlock Carol at the Marylebone Theatre in London.

The worlds of Charles Dickens and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle collide in this acclaimed show which is now playing at the Marylebone Theatre until 17 January 2023.

A Sherlock Carol is written and directed by Mark Shanahan, and stars Ben Caplan (BBC’s Call The Midwife, Sunny Afternoon) as Sherlock Holmes; Kammy Darweish (Life of Pi) as Ebenezer Scrooge; Rosie Armstong (Potted Panto) as The Countess and other roles; Richard James (Gangsta Granny) as Dr Watson and others; Gemma Laurie (ITV’s The Long Shadow)as Emma Wiggins and others; and Damian Lynch (The Comedy About a Bank Robbery) as Dr Cratchit and others.

In the show, it is three Christmases since the famous confrontation with his nemesis Moriarty at the Reichenbach Falls, and Sherlock Holmes has little appetite for mince pies or for solving crime. Wandering through Victorian London, he meets a grown-up and not-so-Tiny Tim who implores him to investigate the mysterious death of his reformed benefactor, one Ebenezer Scrooge…

The creative team also features Scenic Designer Anna Louizos, Costume Designer Linda Cho, Lighting Designer Rui Rita, Composer & Sound Designer John Gromada, and Casting Director Abby Galvin. The Associate Director is Franny Rafferty, with Associate Scenic Designer William Fricker, Associate Lighting Designer Holly Ellis, Associate Costume Designer Ricky Lurie, and Costume Supervisor Jo Lewis.

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📷 Main photo: Ben Caplan & Richard James in A Sherlock Carol at Marylebone Theatre. Photo by Danny Kaan

A Sherlock Carol

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