Wednesday 23 December 2020 19:00
Thursday 24 December 2020 19:00
Friday 25 December 2020 19:00
Saturday 26 December 2020 19:00More dates (10)
Sunday 27 December 2020 19:00
Monday 28 December 2020 19:00
Tuesday 29 December 2020 19:00
Wednesday 30 December 2020 19:00
Thursday 31 December 2020 19:00
Friday 01 January 2021 19:00
Saturday 02 January 2021 19:00
Sunday 03 January 2021 19:00
Monday 04 January 2021 19:00
Tuesday 05 January 2021 19:00
Sherlock Holmes and the thief of Christmas
A case inspired by Arthur Conan Doyle’s hero
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For yet another year, Christmas Tales return to the Lighthouse, directed by Vasilis Mavrogeorgiou and starring Sherlock Holmes, in a festive tale of mystery: “Sherlock Holmes and the thief of Christmas”.
Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous hero invites us to follow him into the magical world of Christmas-time London. Amidst the joyful buzz of the city, where children sing carols and everyone exchanges gifts, Sherlock Holmes has only one thing on his mind: the case of the thief of Christmas. He looks for the blue sapphire, chases after the mysterious turkey and, under every snow-capped roof, finds clues that will bring him even closer… not just to the answer to the mystery, but to the meaning of Christmas.
In a show for children and adults alike, the actors bring to life, in a most magical way, the streets, the smells and the light drizzle of festive London. They transform into the strange and lovable characters that Sherlock meets, and draw the children (and their parents!) into a game of mystery, that will make them think hard and laugh even harder.
Script-Director: Vasilis Mavrogeorgiou
Music: Nikos Kypourgos
Set Designer: Thaleia Melissa
Costume Designer: Ifigeneia Daoudaki
Movement Designer-Choreographer: Paris Mantopoulos
Lighting Designer: Stella Kaltsou
Assistant Director: Kali Voikli
Assistant Set Designer: Dialehti Poursanidou
Cast (in alphabetical order):
23/12/2020 - 05/01/2021
The premiere of 23/12 will be streamed on this page, on the Facebook page @SNFCC and the SNFCC's YouTube channel.
You can watch the show daily at 19.00 on this page and on the SNFCC's YouTube channel.
This is an event funded by the grant from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF).