A Sherlock Carol


This Christmas, DEM Productions, Fat Goose Productions and Theatre Nerd Productions bring New York Times Critic’s Pick A SHERLOCK CAROL to London’s Marylebone Theatre after a knock-out off-Broadway run last year.

Distraught by the passing of his reformed benefactor, a grown-up and not-so-Tiny Tim visits the great detective Sherlock Holmes to ask him to investigate the curious case. But it’s a dark and treacherousChristmas Eve, and once again the night is haunted by the spirits of the past, present and future. Using his elementary powers of deduction, can Holmes overcome his own ghosts to solve the mystery?

An instant holiday classic”, A SHERLOCK CAROL gets its first production in the UK for a limited run at the Marylebone Theatre, just a stone’s through away from 221B Baker Street itself.

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What is A Sherlock Carol about?

Many joyful years since Dickens’ most infamous miser came to honour Christmas in his heart and keep it all the year, Ebenezer Scrooge has suffered a mysterious and peculiar death.

Ticket Information

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Running Time

2hrs (incl. interval)

Cast & Creatives

Ben Caplan (Sherlock Holmes), Kammy Darweish (Ebenezer Scrooge), Rosie Armstrong (The Countess & others), jessica Hern (Emma Wiggins & others), Richard James (Dr Watson & others), Devesh Kishore (Dr Cratchit & others), Hannah Parker (understudy), Henry Proffit (alternate Sherlock Holmes & understudy)

Mark Shanahan (Writer & Director), Anna Louizoe (Scenic Designer), Rui Rita (Lighting Designer), John Gromada (Music & Sound Designer)

Age Guidance: 5+

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Venue Information

Marylebone Theatre

35 Park Rd, London NW1 6XT

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Baker Street


13, 113, 139, 189, 274, N113.

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The closest parking space is NCP London Marylebone Road


New York Times

'A clever, crowd-pleasing holiday comedy!'

Time Out

'A fun mash-up of Dickens and Doyle'

The Broadway Blog

'An instant holiday classic'

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