Sherlock Holmes: The Final Problem
Fareham Musical Society presents a play by Nick Scovell, inspired by the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
“He is the Napoleon of crime, Watson…”
SHERLOCK HOLMES – THE FINAL PROBLEM
The presence of the master criminal himself is sensed at large in the underworld once more by the great detective, Sherlock Holmes. It seems that, at last, matters are ripe and the net can finally close upon the most dangerous syndicate of criminals in Europe.
Aided by his faithful friend and colleague, Doctor Watson, Holmes, driven by a desperate need to rid the world of his nemesis, attempts to set in motion a chain of events that will herald the greatest criminal trial of the century and the rope for the one man in all the world who can threaten to outwit Holmes himself – the infamous Professor Moriarty…
With friendships in the balance, and the threat of revenge as real as it is deadly, the stage is set for the final confrontation, halfway across the continent of Europe, to Switzerland – and the very edge of the Reichenbach Falls…
Tickets: £12 (£10 Concessions) – £8 for TPS Student tickets (password available to students from Mr Ridley).