Tags : sherlock holmes

Holmes and Watson at the Alley Theatre

A new Alley Theatre production is always cause for excitement. The intimate venue in downtown Houston is one of the many cultural gems that makes me proud to live in this city. There isn’t a bad seat in the house, prices are reasonable, the crowd is sophisticated but not stuffy, parking’s convenient, and most importantly, […]Read More

SHERLOCK: THE ABOMINABLE BRIDE – REVIEW

SHERLOCK: THE ABOMINABLE BRIDE – January 2 2016 Way back when, July 25 2010 to be precise, an unexpected treat of a show first aired in the UK. The first three, 90 minute episodes of Sherlock gave us an uneven but inventive modern-day take a character beloved for generations. Some eighteen months later, season two […]Read More

Book Review: The Aylesford Skull – A Tale of Langdon

The cover of James P. Blaylock’s new novel, The Aylesford Skull: A Tale of Langdon St. Ives, proclaims Blaylock as a “Steampunk Legend” and sports an illustration of a sepia-toned steam-punky looking dude with a smoking skull in his hands. Based on the cover alone (and considering I have not read Blaylock’s previous work yet), […]Read More