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CLOSED: Take Home Sherlock Holmes

This Friday sees the opening of the fantastic new Sherlock Holmes exhibition at the Museum of London.

Sherlock Holmes: The Man Who Never Lived And Will Never Die is the biggest exhibition of its kind for over 60 years and will examine the world of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s fictional detective, his evolution and development and the different ways in which he has been adapted for stage and screen.

As self-confessed Sherlock Holmes fans, we are beyond excited about the exhibition – and to celebrate, we thought we’d have a giveaway! Two runners up will receive a copy of the official exhibition book, while one lucky winner will receive the book and two tickets to the exhibition itself.

To be in with a chance of winning, simply fill in your details in the form below. Elementary!

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Competition closes on 7th November 2014.

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14 Comments

    Nothing beats the one in my imagination when I read the books 🙂

    No contest ~ Jeremy Brett! Nigel Bruce for the best Watson …..ever!

    Where’s Jeremy Brett?! Criminal. Ditch Downey Jr instead.

    I am going with Benedict Cumberbatch on the basis that he is the latest incarnation and has managed to pull it off very well indeed since they have updated Sherlock Holmes to the modern era. However, really you should have included Jeremy Brett.

    Jeremy Brett! How could you possibly forget Jeremy Brett?? The best Sherlock Holmes ever.

    When my daughters so lovingly gave me a Kindle fire for Father’s day, the first book I put on it was Sherlock Holmes. As far as movies, Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce for me.

    I believe Basil Rathbone is the best Sherlock. Had none of the modern day appliances to help him. Absolutely great to watch,even though they’te 70 yrs old. The Hound of the Baskervilles is my favourite story.

    Holmes is totally classic, as is Basil Rathbone. That’s it!

    I was in London last week for The Imitation Game Premiere and saw the great man, who although Jeremy Brett was very good, I believe Benedict Cumberbatch gives the greatest interpretation of Conan -Doyle’s detective with an incredible modern day take on the greatly loved stories

    Not much of a short-list of favourite Sherlocks ! No Jeremy Brett, who will be known by most people. However, my way out in front favourite is Clive Merrison by a country mile with the much missed Michael Williams as the best ever Watson. Pure Gold Radio.

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