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  • Friday 24 November 2.30pm - Sunday 7 January 7.30pm

    written and directed by Mark Shanahan

    Following the huge success of the UK premiere of A Sherlock Carol last Christmas, this ‘winning crossover mystery’ (The Guardian) returns to Baker Street!

    This critically acclaimed production has been loved by London audiences, bringing ‘a wonderful festive play to get the entire family in the Christmas spirit’ (Lost in Theatreland) that ‘entertains from start to finish’ (Broadway World).

    An impossible murder, a threatening letter, and a missing diamond – it’s just enough to intrigue the great detective. But it’s a dark and treacherous Christmas Eve, and once again the night is haunted by the spirits of the past, present, and future. Using his powers of deduction, can Holmes overcome his own ghosts to crack the case?

    Tickets from £15

  • Tuesday 5 December

    Café-Concert is continuing the tradition of presenting concerts in an informal and refreshingly innovative way.

    'Dresses, diamonds, pimples on noses, beautiful hair, marvellous outfits, the beauty of the devil himself, and the devil without the beauty. The last category is the least rare.' - Frederic Chopin.

    This time pianist Yekaterina Lebedeva and violinist Aysen Ulucan will take you on the musical journey of Victorian London, the London of Charles Dickens and Sherlock Holmes by presenting a concert set in a Victorian Street of the theatre play A Sherlock Carol.  An engaging talk, delivered by Yekaterina, will guide you through the intrigue and passions of the bygone era.

    'How could anyone resist falling in love with a man who is dashingly handsome, composes songs, and sings like an angel?' - Prince Albert was all of those things. Both Queen Victoria and Prince Albert were competent musicians and singers. The doors of Buckingham palace were open to the likes of Felix Mendelssohn, Edvard Grieg, Johann Strauss. The royal couple attended performances and conversed with Chopin, Liszt, Verdi , and Dvorak. Even Tchaikovsky found more popularity in London than in any other country, except his native Russia and United Stated.

    London was a crossroads and a magnet for international musicians who were looking to advance their career and popularise their music. Whether you are a fan of classical music or simply curious about the sounds that once filled the air in Victorian London, this concert promises to be an unforgettable evening.

    Ticket includes a concert and a minced pie!

    The programme will include Chopin Nocturnes, Tchaikovsky 'Dumka', Grieg Violin and piano sonata, Dvorak Dances and much more!

    You can book your tickets here:

  • Saturday 9 December
    9am - 1pm

    We are looking to recruit children and young people aged 7-16 who are interested in performing arts. We offer a fun and safe environment to learn new skills and meet new friends.

    Members of Marylebone Youth Theatre will grow in confidence as they work collaboratively and creatively. They will be taught theatrical skills and there will be regular opportunities to perform in front of an audience in the beautiful Marylebone Theatre.

    Marylebone Youth Theatre runs Saturday classes during the school term and weekday classes during the school holidays. Our upcoming projects are below.

    To apply, please fill the Marylebone Youth Theatre application form available via