The Canadian Premier!
A family friendly, musical mystery by Jahnna Beecham and Malcolm Hillgartner is coming to North Vancouver.
This two-person musical stars Damon Calderwood and Gordon Roberts.
Holmes and Watson have until midnight to solve Moriarty’s puzzle. “Where is the QV2? What is VIctoria’s secret? How on earth did Holmes end up on the stage of the Gaiety Music Hall? Who is the mysterious Nightingale of Nuremburg? And why is Watson wearing her dress…?”
It promises to be a fun evening, and as one reviewer has written: “An evening of entertainment of a kind not found often enough. Case closed!”
Opens Wednesday, Feb. 27th 2013, running until March 16th
Where: Deep Cove Theatre (4360 Gallant Ave., North Vancouver)
Tickets: call 604-929-9456 or firstimpressionstheatre.com
Price: $18 Adults, $16 Students & Seniors
Many thanks to Miss604 (Rebecca Bollwitt) who passed along this info from a press release she had been sent.
Published by Fran Martin
Fran Martin became a member of The Bootmakers of Toronto in 1987 and The Stormy Petrels of B.C. in 1988.
She has attended several Sherlockian conferences including: In 1992 "Aspects of Holmes" in Bradford, England (hosted by The Northern Musgraves); In 2006 "ACD at 35" in Toronto (hosted by The Bootmakers of Toronto); 2013 "Sherlock Holmes Through Time & and Place" in Minneapolis (hosted by The Norwegian Explorers); 2014 "Gillette to Brett IV" in Bloomington (hosted by Wessex Press); 2015 SherlockCon in Seattle; 2015 "A Scintillation of Scions VIII" in Baltimore (hosted by Watson's Tin Box); 2016 "The Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes" (hosted by The Norwegian Explorers); in 2018 in Dayton, Ohio for the "Holmes, Doyle & Friends" conference (hosted by the Agra Treasurers).
Fran has held several positions with The Stormy Petrels of B.C. including secretary, vice-president, special events coordinator and is currently president and editor of the "Petrel Flyer".
She was honoured with being awarded the title of "Master Bootmaker" in 2014. She was very pleased to present a paper to a meeting of Sir Hugo's Companions in Chicago in 2017.
Fran has contributed articles to Canadian Holmes magazine, the Watsonian and Chris Redmond's "About Sixty" and "Sherlock Holmes is Like...". In May, 2018 she attended the 78th annual Speckled Band of Boston dinner. She was very honoured to have been one of the first women invited.
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