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3981RE: SHSI Re: Dramatised reading of The Adventure of The Priory School in Delhi

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  • Tim Symonds
    Jul 10, 2013
      When members meet up in Mumbai, why not start sketching out the plot of a Sherlock Holmes novel (set in India?) which four or five of you could combine to write collectively - a chapter or two each?

      As ever


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      From: SherlockHolmesSocietyofIndia@... [mailto:SherlockHolmesSocietyofIndia@...] On Behalf Of sajan venniyoor
      Sent: 10 July 2013 10:50
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      Subject: SHSI Re: Dramatised reading of The Adventure of The Priory School in Delhi

      Are there any SHSI members in Delhi who'd like to attend this event?

      If Akshara Theatre's 'famous tomato soup' doesn't quite take your fancy, there are a number of pleasant watering holes (even some like the "forbidding and squalid inn" of The Priory School) in and around Connaught Place. In terms of appealing squalour, My Bar<http://www.thedelhiwalla.com/2010/06/06/city-landmark-%E2%80%93-my-bar-paharganj/>in
      Paharganj comes to mind.


      *Dramatised reading of The Adventure of The Priory School in Delhi*
      Posted by: "Prajakta Hebbar" prajakta.hebbar@... mailpraj
      Wed Jul 10, 2013 8:41 am

      I got this press-release in my mail the other day. Akshara Theatre's stuff is usually pretty interesting :)


      Prajakta Hebbar
      Correspondent (Features)
      The Indian Express

      akshara Theatre presents




      * *a dramatised book reading directed by Jalabala Vaidya & Gopal Sharman**

      Sunday July 14 & Saturday July 27, 7:30pm

      Attention mystery lovers! Akshara Theatre is presenting a dramatized book reading of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's *Sherlock Holmes: In The Adventure of the Priory School* on Sunday July 14. The enigmatic detective is played by Sunit Tandon while director Jalabala Vaidya plays Dr. Watson. The thrilling adventure is set on the purple moors of northern England and involves a missing school boy, his aristocratic father the Duke of Holderness (played by Vikalp Mudgal); principal Thorneycroft Huxtable (played by Rajan Narain) and the inscrutable James Wilder (played by Angad
      Thakur) . The programe is in English. Duration 75 mintes. As always, audience and cast members will mingle over the Akshara's famous tomato soup at the end of the show.

      Date: Sunday, 14 July, 2013 & Saturday 27 July, 2013 at 7.30pm.

      Place: Akshara Theatre, 11 B, Baba Kharak Singh Marg, New Delhi (next to RML Hospital).

      Tickets: Rs.150 available at Akshara Theatre & www.bookmyshow.com

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