This friday, the 23 of January, join BSB Sora at The Museum of London as she debates with leading Sherlockians Jean Upton, Nick Utechin, Matthew Elliot, and David Stuart Davies about who is the best portrayal of Holmes. She’ll be defending Jeremy Brett from the Granada television series and stage play. Everyone is welcome to come along and join in on the debate in a fun way!
Fri 23 Jan, 7.30-10.30pm
Cumberbatch, Brett, Cushing or Rathbone? Many actors have taken on the iconic role on stage and screen, but who did it best? Join in the debate with host Jean Upton and hear Sherlock experts Sora Reyes, Nick Utechin, Matthew Elliot, and David Stuart Davies state their case, question them and vote! You might just leave with a new favourite! Plus visit the exhibition after hours. On Fri 27 Feb, continue the debate with Who’s the best Watson?
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This friday, the 23 of January, join BSB Sora at The Museum of London as she debates with leading Sherlockians Jean Upton, Nick Utechin, Matthew Elliot, and David Stuart Davies about who is the best portrayal of Holmes. She’ll be defending Jeremy Brett from the Granada television series and stage play. Everyone is welcome to… Read More »
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