December 23rd, 2011

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Sherlock Holmes inspired items to go on display

Cut and pasted from the BBC website:

A collection of items belonging to the city doctor who inspired the story of Sherlock Holmes is to go on display in Edinburgh. The family of Dr Joseph Bell has donated the items to the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, which will exhibit them in the New Year.



Credit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Sherlock_Holmes_Portrait_Paget.jpg

Follow the link for the story:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-edinburgh-east-fife-16304394
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Digital Spy: 'Sherlock': 'A Scandal In Belgravia' - In Pictures



Cut and pasted from Digital Spy:

Sherlock returns to BBC One on New Year's Day to finally reveal to fans just how Sherlock and John escaped that classic series one cliffhanger.

Newcomer Lara Pulver arrives on the show as Irene Adler, while we also get to see some more of Sherlock's arch-nemesis Jim Moriarty. However, it will be the return of Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman's double act as Sherlock and John Watson that will really excite fans of the detective franchise.

The second series' highly anticipated premiere has been billed as "effortlessly dynamic, effortlessly cool" by Digital Spy's TV team.

Sherlock returns to BBC One on New Year's Day at 8.10pm on BBC One.

Follow the link to see all the photos:
http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/tv/s129/sherlock/news/a357011/sherlock-a-scandal-in-belgravia-in-pictures.html
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Whatsonstage.com Awards: Have you voted yet? Who will win? YOU decide!



Cut and pasted from an email from Whatsonstage.com:

Over 20,000 people have already voted for their favourite performers and productions in the 2012 Whatsonstage.com Awards, also known as the "theatregoers' choice", the only major UK theatre awards decided exclusively by members of the paying audience.

Across so many categories, it's turning into one of the most competitive years ever. Amongst the very tightest races currently are: Best Actress in a Play, Best Actor in a Play, Best Actress in a Musical, Best Supporting Actress in a Play, Best Supporting Actor in a Play, Best New Play, Best Play Revival, Best Director, Best Off-West End Production and Theatre Event of the Year.

We've listed the nominees in selected categories below, with the leaders in bold at the top of each. Please visit the website to see full shortlists and results to date, which will only be viewable until the first week in January.

Follow the link to vote:
http://awards.whatsonstage.com/1304?query=vote

Voting closes on 31 January. Winners are announced and trophies presented on Sunday 19 February at our 2012 Whatsonstage.com Awards Concert, which is held in aid of this year's adopted charity Stage One and which will include performances from various nominees - and potential winners.