More London-oriented trivia for a Monday morning.
To boldly go where no elementary Martians have battled dinosaurs, my dear Watson.
A celebration of crime fiction comes to the British Library.
Fans leave messages for Holmes, Watson and Moriarty.
Tracking down the sleuth’s hangouts.
It’s been 228 years since the last person was hanged at the Tyburn gallows.
Rebooted detective show wins Best Drama and Best Supporting Actor.
Sherlock Holmes is back. Again! But this time he’s all official and everything.
Some of us might still be swooning for Cumberbatch, but let’s not forget his Holmesian forebears. Hither Green Cinema is putting on a double bill this Sunday: Basil Rathbone in the classic Hound of the Baskervilles (5pm), and Guy Ritchie’s fast-edited, Robert Downey Jr-starring version …
Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes and Martin Freeman as John Watson / image from the BBC “Most people blunder around this city and all they see are streets and shops and cars; walk with Sherlock Holmes, you see the battlefield.” What? No way. Is he …
You’ve seen the film, read the books, watched the TV series, seen the play: now go see another play about the most overexposed Victorian duo since Gladstone and Disraeli went skinny dipping. We’re literally on the very fringe of the Camden Fringe – the border …