We are delighted to have been offered a charity night performance from Swansea Little Theatre of their wonderful Christmas production, Shelock and the Case of the Christmas Carol. Our thanks to the plays director, Jordan Struel-White, for choosing us and lending his support.
“In this ingenious meeting of two Victorian classics, Dr. Watson visits his old friend Sherlock Holmes on Christmas Eve, finding him in a dark and misanthropic mood, planning to retire from the dull work of solving crimes. But soon, Holmes is visited by the ghost of his great enemy Professor Moriarity, who warns Holmes that he is heading towards his own damnation and tells him of an upcoming visit by three spirits. During the visits that follow, we learn about Holmes’ childhood and his lost love, the chaos that his early retirement has caused his friends and associates throughout London, and finally a terrifying future.”
Please note this is a family and autism friendly production. The theatre is very accessible, and although the seating is raised in the auditorium there are also wheelchair spaces.
Tickets are £12 per person (£13.33 with booking fee) and there will be a raffle on the night that will directly benefit those with autism in the area as will proceeds from the sale of tickets.