Much to the discomfort of Watson and the bemusement of Mrs Hudson, Holmes has taken up the art of miming when they are visited by Lady Fosbury. In some distress, and in fear of losing her mind, Lady Fosbury explains that several items of value have been going missing from Fosbury Hall and, despite the best efforts of both the police and her husband, no culprit can be found.
The intrepid due pay a visit to Fosbury Hall, where, having inspected the building and met the enigmatic Agnes Sommerd, they interview all of the remaining occupants
In the meantime, whilst mulling over their findings they are paid a visit by Inspector Lestrade of Scotland Yard, who warns them off bothering the Fosburys again.
Whilst pondering their next step, Holmes notices an interesting article in the newspaper which Watson is reading. A visit to The Appleton Theatre provides just the connection that Holmes had hoped would reveal the true culprits and solve the crime.
This comedy/drama, runs for approximately 45/50 minutes, and has a mixed cast of 8 main and one minor characters.
The characters are designed so that they can be played by male or female actors.
The Mimes of Sherlock Holmes by Anthony Paul Lashley
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