17 - 27 September
£15 (£12 conc)
Director JOHN-ROBERT PARTRIDGE
Probably the most famous Sherlock Holmes story, a fierce hound is terrifying the moors in a dank, dreary part of Victorian England.
Death and intrigue surround the case of our most famous detective and unraveling the mysteries of the unusual occupants of the town and their hound before it attacks again, make this a compelling and thrilling experience.
HEALTH WARNING: With elements of scare theatre, this may not be suitable for those with a nervous disposition, heart conditions or who are pregnant.