Museum of London exhibition

I had an invitation to a preview viewing of the Sherlock Holmes exhibition at the Museum of London and I didn't go.

What?! I hear you cry. Alas I was not too well and had to send my apologies and it is even more annoying since I learned that Steven Moffat, Sue Vertue and Mark Gatiss were all in attendance along with many of my SHSL colleagues.

I have heard nothing but good about it since which, despite reminding me what I missed out on, is encouraging and I will get along to see it as soon as I can.

On the upside I took possession of a frock coat today. It's not vintage but, in combination with other items, will form part of my wardrobe for the 2015 Annual Dinner (assuming I get in of course). I have also, over the past three days, added 2000 words to my biography of Conan Doyle's Windlesham years.

So it's not all bad.

Written by Alistair Duncan
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