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$40.00 Royalty per Performance

$10.00 Single-Use Copyright Fees

Play Features:

Read the Play
(minus the ending)
Sherlock's Christmas - Playscripts, Theatre Scripts, Stage Plays

Sherlock's Christmas

Read the Play (minus the ending)

Adapted from the work of Arthur Conan Doyle
by Jon Jory
16W / 5M
(Less with doubling/tripling)
Approximate Playing Time: 45 Minutes

What’s become of Scrooge and Bob Cratchit and what can Holmes deduce from a hat left behind after a street brawl? Though anxious to avoid missing his solo in Silent Night, Holmes agrees to turn his attention for the moment to Watson. Scrooge brought the hat and a goose to Baker Street seeking Holmes assistance in finding the owner. Scrooge, it seems, jumped into defend a stranger from assailants, but seeing an officer approaching, the man dropped the hat and goose and ran off. This doesn’t seem to Holmes of any real consequence and he just wants to continue his rounds with the Carolers, but Scrooge rushes in at that moment to add more meat to the tale. It seems, while cooking the goose he discovered a blue diamond inside, which, it turns out, has been infamously stolen from the Countess of Mocar while she stayed at the Hotel Cosmopolitan. Intrigued, Holmes and Watson set out to uncover the thief who stole the diamond in time for Holmes to sing his solo, if only for the benefit of a little girl left behind by a group of carolers who didn’t like her singing.

$40.00 Royalty per Performance
$10.00 Single-Use Copyright Fees