Archives - The Hound of the Baskervilles

by Simon Williams

Directed by Adam Dryer

Friday 8th – Saturday 16th October 2010 in the Auditorium

Something wicked this way comes

A comedy melodrama, where an ancient curse returns to terrify the Baskerville family. Is it really the devil’s dog, or perhaps something more earthly but by no means less dangerous? Only one man can solve the riddle, the world’s most famous detective, Mr Sherlock Holmes.

Join Holmes and his trusted friend Dr Watson as they take on their most famous case and race against time to save Sir Henry Baskerville from the curse of the Hound from hell!

This production makes use of a smoke machine - anyone affected by this should avoid sitting in the front rows of the auditorium.

Tickets

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Show Talks

Free-of-charge pre- and post-show talks:

  • Tuesday 12th at 7.30pm in the Clubroom — Director Adam Dryer considers ghostly dogs and escaped convicts on the moors.
  • Wednesday 13th at 7.30pm in the Clubroom — Dr. Cindy Lawford wonders why Holmes has let Watson go it alone.
  • Thursday 14th after the performance — Cast members stay on stage to answer audience questions.
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Part of the Barn’s 2010/2011 season

Presented by The Barn Theatre Club

Cast

Sherlock Holmes-Richard Llewellyn
Dr Watson-Mel Powell
Sir Charles & Hugo Baskerville / Cabbie-Keith Thompson
Sergeant / Guard / Leader-Austin White
Sir Henry Baskerville-David Rapp
Barrymore-Mark Skrebels
Eliza-Adrienne Perry
Cartwright-Callum Baird
Dr Mortimer-Norman Reynolds
Mr Stapleton-Chris White
Beryl-Sarah Gennoe
Seldon-Roger Eames
Mary / Laura / Wenchies-Lena Pearson
Young Jim / Shepherd-Ronald Cottrell
Ensemble-Joe Garratt
Lara Cornell
Veronique Gasseau-Dryer

Creative team

Director-Adam Dryer
Stage Manager-Derek Harris
Assistant Stage Managers-Chris White
Roger Eames
Set Design-Richard Deacon
Lighting Designer-Louis Davis
Sound-James Rowles
Adam Lake
Lighting Operator-Shirley Shaw
Lighting Rigger-Nick Mogg
Props-Kris Moore
Sophie Bowman
Set Builders-Richard Deacon
Eric Farlie
Production Secretary-Lesley Zorlakki
Assistant Production Secretary-Lesley Scales
Wardrobe-Sheila Grimmant
Milada Cook
Fight Director-Richard Llewellyn
Backstage Help-Bernard Usher
Sally White
Special Thanks-John Coot
John Davies
Lynette Reeves

Performances

Friday 8th – Saturday 16th October 2010

Friday 8th October8.00pm 
Saturday 9th October8.00pm 
Sunday 10th October2.30pmMatinée
Tuesday 12th October8.00pmShow Talk at 7.30pm: Director Adam Dryer considers ghostly dogs and escaped convicts on the moors.
Wednesday 13th October8.00pmShow Talk at 7.30pm: Dr. Cindy Lawford wonders why Holmes has let Watson go it alone
Thursday 14th October8.00pmShow Talk after the performance: Cast members stay on stage to answer audience questions.
Friday 15th October8.00pm 
Saturday 16th October8.00pm 

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