The Hound of the Baskervilles
Tuesday 21st October to Saturday 25th October 2014
Green Room

Production Team and Cast
Director Sandra Grant
Producer Stuart Yeatman
Assistant Producer Lucy Mathews
Sherlock Holmes Don Brown
Dr Watson Robert Hamilton
Sir Charles Baskerville Brian Inns
Dr James Mortimer Mike May
Sir Henry Baskerville Michael J Leopold
Perkins Brian Inns
Mrs Barrymore Linda McMahon
Jack Stapleton Olly Reeves
Beryl Stapleton Sophie Toyer
Mrs Mortimer Linda McMahon
Mr Franklin Brian Inns
Laura Lyons Victoria Brooks
Mrs Hudson Linda McMahon
Additional Info The Hound of the Baskervilles tells of the legend of a fearsome, diabolical hound of supernatural origin who stalks the heir to Baskerville Hall in Dartmoor, Devon. In a new adaptation by Robert Hamilton, using puppetry, movement and special effects, DDOS presents the case as investigated by the inimitable Sherlock Holmes and his companion, Dr Watson. This play is an adaptation of the Sir Arthur Conan Doyle novel by society member Robert Hamilton and will be premiered by DDOS in the Green Room as part of the Mole Valley Arts Alive festival.


Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is best known for the Sherlock Holmes stories. This book, published in 1902, is about a ghostly mad-dog that has haunted a family for hundreds of years. When Sherlock Holmes looks into the mysterious death of Sir Charles Baskerville, strange events begin to take place in the creepy countryside. The story stars the Sherlock Holmes, whom the author based on detective-like professors he had as a medical student in Scotland. Holmes is known throughout the world as a master solver of criminal riddles. Dr. Watson, who is Holmes's best friend, is also the narrator of the Sherlock Holmes stories.

Contacts Sandra Grant and Stuart Yeatman
Tickets Tuesday 21st £10, Wednesday 22nd - Saturday 25th £12 Members £14 Non Members

This amateur production is presented by arrangement with Robert Hamilton

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