Sherlock Holmes and The Valley of Fear

Grand Theatre Main Auditorium,

7:30pm

Tuesday
1 Nov, 7:30pm
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Wednesday
2 Nov, 7:30pm
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Thursday
3 Nov, 2:00pm
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Thursday
3 Nov, 7:30pm
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Friday
4 Nov, 7:30pm
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Saturday
5 Nov, 2:00pm
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Saturday
5 Nov, 7:30pm
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Overview

Crammed full of adventure, mystery and of course one or two rather brilliant deductions, The Valley Of Fear is Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s brilliant final Sherlock Holmes novel brought to life in this spectacular new stage adaptation.

 

By Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Adapted for the stage by Nick Lane

 

“It is the Valley of Fear, the Valley of Death. The terror is in the hearts of the people from the dusk to the dawn”

 

A mysterious, coded message is received, a warning of imminent danger, drawing Sherlock Holmes and the faithful Dr Watson into a tale of intrigue and murder stretching from 221B Baker Street to an ancient moated manor house to the bleak Pennsylvanian Vermissa Valley. Faced with a trail of bewildering clues, Holmes begins to unearth a darker, wider web of corruption, a secret society and the sinister work of one Professor Moriarty.

 

Don’t miss Blackeyed Theatre’s stunning world premiere of Sherlock Holmes: The Valley Of Fear. Original music, stylish theatricality and magical story-telling combine for an unforgettable theatrical experience. The game’s afoot!

 

Music by Tristan Parkes

Set Design by Victoria Spearing

Costume design by Naomi Gibbs

 

Recommended for age 11+

Running time: Approx. 110 minutes (plus interval)

 

Exclusive offer for schools: For bookings of 25 or more, online access to an HD recording of The Valley Of Fear is included in the cost of your booking.

 

If you love Drama, see what else we have coming to Blackpool Grand Theatre this season HERE

Show information

Ticket Prices

Starting from

£15.50

65+

£2 off

18-26s

£2 off

Schools

(Tue to Thu)
£15.50

Reviews

'Exciting and incredibly entertaining'

- The Sussex Newspaper

'A masterclass in all things theatrical'

- Love Shrewsbury

'Outstanding'

- Weekend Notes

'A joy to watch'

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Sherlock Holmes and The Valley of Fear