Mystery unravels in Colsterworth as Newton Players stage Sherlock play
What do you get when you combine the intelligence and cunning of Sherlock Holmes with the wit of Oscar Wilde?
The answer - Newton Players’ new show ‘Sherlock Holmes and the case of the Jersey Lily’. The play has everything you would expect from a typical Sherlock Holmes mystery- intrigue, twists, deception and much more. In Katie Forgette’s take on the famous detective, Holmes and Watson join forces with Oscar Wilde to protect the actress Lillie Langtry. This show “keeps many secrets and presents many twists, most of which caught the audience by great surprise... Expect laughter and suspense as the mystery slowly and craftily unravels.”
The mystery unfolds on Friday and Saturday, February 6 and 7, at Colsterworth Village Hall.
Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start. Tickets for the show are priced at £7 adults, £6 concessions, £4 children, and £18 for a family of four (2+2), and are available from Colsterworth Post Office on 01476 861936, or via the website at www.newtonsplayers.co.uk