A thrilling chase across Europe towards a deathly embrace at the Reichenbach Falls... Performed by Tim Marriott (BBCTV's Brittas Empire)
about the production
1894. Watson is alone. His beloved wife Mary and great companion Sherlock Holmes are gone. London seethes with false reports and rumour. It is time to set the record straight... So Watson tells his tale. A tale of long buried secrets, betrayal and death. There is a shadow in the gutters of London. A spider's web of poisonous intrigue lies across the city. Someone is playing a deadly game and Holmes and Watson must face their greatest ever challenge. "Utterly brilliant. A great story, wonderfully performed" 5* Edinburgh Review "A damn fine play!" 5* Weekend Notes. Sell-out Show, EdFringe 21/22.
about the artist
Smokescreen Productions was founded by writer/performer Tim Marriott. Recent award winning productions include PTSD themed 'Shell Shock', Holocaust drama 'Mengele' and Sherlock-ian adventure 'Watson: The Final Problem', a Sell-Out at Edinburgh Fringe 21 and 22, and has toured successfully to a wide range of venues throughout 2022. Performed by Tim Marriott, winner Best Performance at Edinburgh Fringe 2022 (Dark Chat Award), Best Solo Show Adelaide Fringe. Watson was created with Bert Coules (BBC's Sherlock Holmes), Jack's Ashes with former professional cricketer Matt Banes, produced in partnership with the Australian Cricketers Association supported by Cricket Australia. For more information: www.smokescreenprods.com
width: 4 metres
height: 2 metres
depth: 3 metres
No requirement - can be performed anywhere and we travel tech equipment.
All theatre goers and pupils Y10 and upwards (Engl Lang GCSE, Victorian Literature, Eng Lit GCSE Conan Doyle Sign of The Four)
"5*. Utterly brilliant. A great story, wonderfully performed"
"A thrilling ride, dense and absorbing"
"A damn fine play"
Workshops available. Please contact for details.
Negotiable. Smokescreen is not VAT registered. B/O splits considered as the show sells very well.
Lateral Flow Test taken before each gig.