The Sherlock Holmes Society of London

2012 Pilgrimage to Switzerland

Swiss Pilgrimage

The Society is delighted to make a preliminary announcement of its 2012 Pilgrimage to Switzerland. The Pilgrimage will take place from Sunday 9th September to Sunday 16th September. Participants may fly together by Swiss International Air Lines, in costume, from London Heathrow to Zurich on 9th September.

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Sherlock Holmes Society of London News

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15 01 2012 Steven Moffat at the Annual Dinner
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Sherlock Holmes Society of London Events

22 03 2012 From Southsea to the Arctic: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and the Whale
24 06 2012 Annual Cricket Match 2012
09 09 2012 2012 PILGRIMAGE TO SWITZERLAND

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The District Messenger

The District Messenger
The Newsletter of the Sherlock Holmes Society of London

District messenger as Adobe PDF No. 319 :: 31 January 2012

The Journal of the Sherlock Holmes Society of London

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The Sherlock Holmes Journal is published twice a year, usually in July and December.

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Sherlock Holmes Radio Shows

The Strange Case of Miss Alice Faulkner While rewriting Conan Doyle's script, the American actor William Gillette famously asked, "May I marry Holmes?" The author replied, "You may marry or murder, or do what you like with him!" The resulting play was first staged in 1899 and has lasted for more than a century. Gillette himself recorded an abridged version in 1935, for the Lux Radio Theater. Three years later Orson Welles adapted the play as an hour-long drama for the Mercury Theater on the Air, in which he took the leading role, giving a remarkable impersonation of Gillette.

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The Sherlock Holmes Society of London - 1959 - 1974 - DVD

In this Diamond Jubilee year the Society’s publishing programme strikes out into new territory, with the recent release of a twin-DVD set. The digital technology that has transformed the Annual Film Evening now enables us to offer some of the more important short films from the Society’s archives – some of them unseen for twenty years or more.


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