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The Final Revelation of Sherlock Holmes  1930. All is not well at 221b Baker Street. Holmes' drug use has taken its toll and his last triumph is long behind him. Watson has resorted to selling stories of old cases to make ends meet. Could one last case repair their fortunes? Could the world’s greatest detective solve ‘the perfect crime’?
The Alchemist

When gentleman Lovewit is forced to flee his London dwelling, conmen Face and Subtle set up shop. Jonson’s acerbic satire on human folly, greed, and vanity sees a succession of fools and fops hoodwinked by the work of our (anti-)heroes. Their victims come seeking the elixirs and potions for sexual conquests, endless riches and eternal youth.

London Cuckolds  When it was first performed in 1681, The London Cuckolds was an instant success. Its unique mix of wit and outright rudery made it enormously popular and the play was revived annually for more than seventy years, making it the Restoration comedy precursor to today's long-running British farces.
My Favorite Manman Set in Baku city in 1995, this is a roller coaster ride of anarchic fun by acclaimed author and Azerbaijani Deputy Prime Minister Elchin Afandiyev.

In a world of functional abnormality and suicidal challenges, Who is the madman, and is it the one 'sane' voice in the chaos of fantasy?

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LET THEM CALL IT MISCHIEF CAST
Dracula ‘Dracula’ meets ’39 Steps’ meets ‘Black Adder’ in this hilarious take on the best-loved classic.

1897. Join Count Dracula, the first Romanian immigrant, on his visit to England where he inadvertently strikes fear into the male establishment whilst seeking love in order to break his curse. Every minute is filled with dry humour, surprising twists, and downright silliness. Present is the undercurrent of the suffragette movement, as its powerful message begins to influence young female hearts. I have a cunning plan…

Cleverly fusing 19th century English gentry together with the modern world, Let Them Call It Mischief’s production is a funny and fast-paced retelling of a well-known Gothic tale, superbly portrayed by five actors taking on various characters.


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