Undershaw Lives! Guinness Worlds Record attempt for the Greatest Number of People Dressed as Sherlock Holmes in aid of the restoration of Undershaw.

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Tomorrow morning, Saturday 19th July, hundreds of Sherlock fans will gather at University College London (UCL) to try and set a Guinness World’s Record for the most amount of people dressed as Sherlock Holmes in one place. There are still some places available [click here]. The event will be filmed live by several TV channels and there will be lots of national press. Why has it got so much coverage?

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Russian Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson is perfection.

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ladiesloveloki:

WHY IS NO ONE TALKING ABOUT THIS

I cannot WAIT. Keysmash.

Indeed! We’ve been super excited ever since it was first announced last year! *wiggles in anticipation*

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Stained glass image of 221B Baker Street by Joseph Aigner of Artistic Glass

Stained glass image of 221B Baker Street by Joseph Aigner of Artistic Glass

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The first look of Ian McKellen as Sherlock Holmes in the film adaptation of Mitch Cullin’s, ‘A Slight Trick of the Mind.” [x]
Want to know more about the story? We interviewed the author in June. You can listen [HERE].

It is 1947, and the long-retired Sherlock Holmes, now 93, lives in a remote Sussex farmhouse with his housekeeper and her young son. He tends to his bees, writes in his journal, and grapples with the diminishing powers of his mind.
But in the twilight of his life, as people continue to look to him for answers, Holmes revisits a case that may provide him with answers of his own to questions he didn’t even know he was asking-about life, about love, and about the limits of the mind’s ability to know.
You can buy the novel on Amazon: US [x], UK [x]


We are soooooooooo looking forward to this movie!

The first look of Ian McKellen as Sherlock Holmes in the film adaptation of Mitch Cullin’s, ‘A Slight Trick of the Mind.” [x]

Want to know more about the story? We interviewed the author in June. You can listen [HERE].

It is 1947, and the long-retired Sherlock Holmes, now 93, lives in a remote Sussex farmhouse with his housekeeper and her young son. He tends to his bees, writes in his journal, and grapples with the diminishing powers of his mind.

But in the twilight of his life, as people continue to look to him for answers, Holmes revisits a case that may provide him with answers of his own to questions he didn’t even know he was asking-about life, about love, and about the limits of the mind’s ability to know.

You can buy the novel on Amazon: US [x], UK [x]

We are soooooooooo looking forward to this movie!

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bananasandscrewdrivers asked: Ironic that the year we finally get series 3 of BBC Sherlock there isn't going to be a con to go to...

Blame Sherlocked for lying to us! :-)

And there is going to be a con just two weeks out of 2014, in January of 2015. That means we’re a whole 2.5 years ahead of Sherlock in terms of reliability and happening every year. ;-)

bayareasherlockcon:

Hey there Sherlockians! Thanks again to everyone who guest starred and tuned in to this Saturday’s livestream party! We’re gonna be back again with another 12 hour event on Google Hangouts, this Saturday, July 12th, from Noon to Midnight! 12 is our lucky number and we’ll have a lot to cover!
Here are just a few things you can expect this time around!
Live drawing streams + Q&As with our guest artists Elsa Chang and Anna Mator!
Interviews with some of our guests and friends of the con like Lava-Alley, Taco, The Socal Sherlockians, and Professor Fangirl!
A live jam session + Q&A with our guest band, Gemeni!
All livestream posts and reblogs will be tagged as “livestream party 2014” . If you’d like to be apart of the livestream during our discussion hours, send an email to Bayareasherlockcon@gmail.com at any time today! 
In the mean time, be sure to head on over to register for membership before July 16th! 
» GET YOUR MEMBERSHIP TODAY! «

This sounds awesome! Get on this people! :D

bayareasherlockcon:

Hey there Sherlockians! Thanks again to everyone who guest starred and tuned in to this Saturday’s livestream party! We’re gonna be back again with another 12 hour event on Google Hangouts, this Saturday, July 12th, from Noon to Midnight! 12 is our lucky number and we’ll have a lot to cover!

Here are just a few things you can expect this time around!

  • Live drawing streams + Q&As with our guest artists Elsa Chang and Anna Mator!
  • Interviews with some of our guests and friends of the con like Lava-Alley, Taco, The Socal Sherlockians, and Professor Fangirl!
  • A live jam session + Q&A with our guest band, Gemeni!

All livestream posts and reblogs will be tagged as “livestream party 2014” . If you’d like to be apart of the livestream during our discussion hours, send an email to Bayareasherlockcon@gmail.com at any time today! 

In the mean time, be sure to head on over to register for membership before July 16th! 

» GET YOUR MEMBERSHIP TODAY! «

This sounds awesome! Get on this people! :D

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Anonymous asked: Have all the guests been announced?

bayareasherlockcon:

They have indeed! If you (or anybody, really) doesn’t know who all is coming this year, well then you’re missing out! All of guests bios are on our website, but the short version is that we’re having author Laurie R. King, members from the local BSI, panelists ProfessorFangirl and Makokitten, and our lovely artists (Elsa Chang, Lava-ally, Anna Padilla, Red Gold Sparks, and Taco)

This year is sure to be a good one! Is everybody excited for the panels being done by our lovely guests?

Go Team BASC!

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magicbubblepipe:

The result of morphing Benedict Cumberbatch, RDJ, Jeremy Brett, and Basil Rathbone. Sweet Jesus what majesty have I brought into this world  

Don’t usually care for the morphing thing, but this fine-faced Sherlockian creature? Well please make room, I have some emphatic arm-waving to get out of my system.

Yowza! Yeah, we can totally get behind this version of Sherlock Holmes. Rowr!

atlinmerrick:

magicbubblepipe:

The result of morphing Benedict Cumberbatch, RDJ, Jeremy Brett, and Basil Rathbone. Sweet Jesus what majesty have I brought into this world  

Don’t usually care for the morphing thing, but this fine-faced Sherlockian creature? Well please make room, I have some emphatic arm-waving to get out of my system.

Yowza! Yeah, we can totally get behind this version of Sherlock Holmes. Rowr!

ihearofsherlock:

A Holmes seldom seen 
From the University of Minnesota Libraries Sherlock Holmes Collections / John Bennett Shaw Collection. Illustration by A.I. Keller for the Sunday magazine of the Pittsburgh Sunday Post, 1914.

ihearofsherlock:

A Holmes seldom seen 

From the University of Minnesota Libraries Sherlock Holmes Collections / John Bennett Shaw Collection. Illustration by A.I. Keller for the Sunday magazine of the Pittsburgh Sunday Post, 1914.

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