I’m a big fan of Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes, so I jumped at the chance to see a production of The Valley of Fear at Exeter’s Northcott Theatre.

It was a wonderful night, with the audience on the edges of our seats. Below is a snap of the set, which the actors moved around to show all manner of different settings, from stagecoaches, to trains, to towns, to houses. Very clever.

We had great seats and I loved every minute. And yes, if you’re wondering, the title of my book, Valley of Lies, is an homage to that story.

The stage isn’t raised, so there’s a pic of me standing in front of it. Below that, if you sign in, you can see our photos from the Exeter Comic and Gaming Con which we went to just for fun. It was only my second con and Sue’s first, and we had an interesting time.

I hope you enjoy the pictures.

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The terrors of my childhood – the Daleks.

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