David Stuart Davies - Plays

Plays

His award-winning one-man play Sherlock Holmes - The Last Act is still touring after its premiere at Salisbury Playhouse in 1999. It has played in France, Canada, America, Hong Kong, Malta and all over the British Isles.

In 2009, Big Finish Productions released audio adaptations of his plays The Last Act and The Death and Life.

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