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Following the success of ‘Paradise Lost’ and ‘Diceman’, a new one-man show by Christopher Samuel Carroll will premiere at the Arthur Conan Doyle Centre as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015...

Early Grave, Fashionably Late

Fearless explorer. Audacious dandy. Reluctant detective. Victorian Dublin's consummate gentleman adventurer (and rakish raconteur) damn near loses a cufflink in an astonishing tale of derring-do – and don'ts - that leads him unwittingly into one of the great scandals of Irish history. Murder! Villainy! Corruption! Hyperbole! A masterclass of physical storytelling, blending Lecoq-trained virtuosity with a Wildean flair.


August 10th - 29th (excl 12th, 16th, 23rd)

The Arthur Conan Doyle Centre

25 Palmerston Place


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Here let us stand, close by the cathedral.  Here let us wait.
Are we drawn by danger?  

Is it the knowledge of safety, that
    draws our feet
Towards the cathedral?  What danger can be
For us, the poor, the poor women of Canterbury?  what
With which we are not already familiar?  There is no danger
For us, and there is no safety in the cathedral.  Some presage
    of an act
Which our eyes are compelled to witness, has forced our feet
Towards the cathedral.  We are forced to bear witness.

(from ‘Murder in the Cathedral’, T.S. Eliot)