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Baskerville – A Sherlock Holmes Mystery

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Bookings are now being taken for the Dramatic Productions – Baskerville Show, we encourage you to head over to the Dramatic Productions website and purchase tickets.
All tickets purchased for the 20th of April show will help raise funds for Dainere’s Rainbow, we hope you help support us and Dramatic Productions.
Ticket prices are $22 for children under 18, $36 concession, $38 Adult and Group of 8+ $34 per person.

With his deerstalker cap on, the game’s afoot as Sherlock Holmes, everyone’s favourite detective, strives to solve his most notorious case before the curse of the Baskervilles dooms another heir!

In this hilarious adaptation of one of Sherlock Holmes’s most classic stories, two actors play the roles of Holmes and Watson, while three other actors play the other 36 characters!

Don’t miss the fun, laughs and intrigue as the case twists and turns towards its final climatic conclusion!

Dramatic productions is also proud to announce the 6 local Charities for whom Baskerville will make a Dramatic Difference!

Takings from the following show dates will directly benefit :

Dainere’s Rainbow – Saturday 20 April

Givit ACT – Sunday 21 April

RSPCA Canberra – Wednesday 24 April

Soldier On – Thursday 25 April

Newborn Intensive Care Foundation – Friday 26 April

Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children – Saturday 27 April 2pm

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