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In celebration of the great detective with piercing observation and deduction skills, the Herberger Theater is featuring five films of the popular and immortal stories of Sherlock Holmes spanning 100 years.
The festival will take place on Friday, March 24 and Saturday, March 25 and will also include discussions and Q&As with world renowned silent film composer Donald Sosin, Sherlock Holmes scholar Russell Merritt and screenwriter Jeffrey Hatcher. Whether you are a first-timer or devoted Sherlockian, join Herberger Theater for a weekend of delightful mystery, intrigue and some of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s most unforgettable characters.
If You Go
What: Sherlock Holmes Film Festival
Where: Herberger Theater Center, 222 E. Monroe St.
When: Friday, March 24 and Saturday, March 25
VIP Festival Pass
$40 – Admission to all featured films, discussion/Q&As and more.
$35 – ASU students
VIP Reception – Friday, March 24
Includes: one drink voucher, appetizers and opportunity to meet world renowned silent film composer and accompanist Donald Sosin and Sherlock Holmes scholar Russell Merritt.
General Admission to one film
Prices for individual screenings range from $5-$20 depending on the film screening you wish to attend. Visit the theater’s ticketing page for more information on price breakdowns.
Purchase tickets online or call 602.252.8497.
Image courtesy of Herberger Theater.