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REVIEW - Mr. Holmes (2015) is lonely

Mr. Holmes (2015) is the tale of Sherlock Holmes in his twilight years, and it doesn’t really differ from the book, except in one major area.   544 more words


TV Themed Walking Tours in London

Here are 5 walks in London themed on TV series.

Call the Midwife Walk: The walk starts at the nuns’ and nurses’ headquarters, the real-life Nonnatus House, still there today. 724 more words

Ed Fringe: FreeRange's "The Sign of Four" Review

Let me say this straight up: I am a Holmes & Watson nerd. Only yesterday I bought a ‘Complete Sherlock Holmes Stories’ from a second-hand bookshop on the same road as Surgeon’s Hall (our venue). 415 more words

The many lives of Holmes & Watson

Certain characters, once they are created, are no longer merely the author’s creations: each age reinvents them, finds new possibilities. Don Quixote has been interpreted both as visionary and as fool; Prince Hamlet has been portrayed as everything from sweet prince to psychotic thug. 1,445 more words


Without a clue.

Silence Dogood here. Sherlock Holmes enthusiasts that our friend Ben and I are, we’re happy to watch any incarnation of the Great Detective, even if it’s just so we can complain endlessly afterward. 361 more words

Wit And Wisdom

Go to bed Holmes, NOW!!

Holmes & Watson. :)

Holmes seems to fall asleep on the floor every day. Watson always wake up him and said…’Go to bed, NOW!!’  Anyway… Watson is his nanny.


Oranges. It had to be oranges.

I haven’t updated the Art and Icons page in a while so in honor of Gemma’s typically awesome canon discussion of The Reigate Squire over on HolmesSlash, I frittered away some time pondering the mysterious allure of oranges. 101 more words

Fan Fiction