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With my fellow Sherlock Friends at THE GAME IS NOW!!!



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Like those Sherlock episodes… I really need to make a comeback! Too much work and no fun makes a dull Sherlock fan indeed.

Although I really need to start posting fanfictions again, I’ll start things off with a few photos taken this November! No matter the age, I’ll always love my cosplay, and playing Sherlock! I’ll have MORE PHOTOS soon, as Mycroft enjoys his cake and James joins us in battle!

Again, sorry for my absence. Much LOVE and HUGS to all of my friends!


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For those that have followed my GAME IS NEVER OVER page, I’ll be deleting that due to my time schedule, we can still plan meet-ups on this page!


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The Sherlock Holmes Pub

Hello again.  I’m sorry about not posting last week.  Real life got in the way, allergies and a wedding but I’m back and ready to tell you about the SH Pub.


Rose, Meg and I went twice while in London.  The first time was for dinner with a few friends, Teri, Laura and her charming husband Michael.

We showed up later in the evening for dinner without making a reservation.  Bad decision.  We were told that there was no seating inside, neither in the bar (downstairs) nor the dining room (upstairs).  We were sitting at two of the tables in the picture deciding where we could go for dinner, since there was no room for us inside, when Michael told us to wait.  He got up, went inside and came out saying we needed to hurry, there was a booth opening up and we could come inside.  We ladies were very happy since it was a bit nippy outside.

After sitting at the booth, we found out that we couldn’t order any food downstairs, only in the dining room.  In which, we started the discussion about where we would get dinner.  Michael, bless his southern boy heart, went upstairs and got us a table in the dining room.

Not only did we get a table in the dining room when we were told there wasn’t one, (Thank you Michael from the bottom of my heart!), we also got to sit down and have an excellent meal with good friends in a wonderful atmosphere.  Definitely a night to remember.


Rose had made reservations for lunch the next day, so Rose, Meg and I had a wonderful lunch.

There is so much memorabilia in the dining room.  It is amazing how many things are on the walls and behind glass.





(Meg dressed as John)


(Rose dressed as Sherlock. The pipe is part of the collection.)


All the memorabilia was donated by AC Doyle’s family after his death.


I loved this the most though.  A quill pen and nibs. I wonder if this was used to write down some of the stories published in the Strand.  Perhaps…


We couldn’t leave without a picture of Holmes and Watson posing as Holmes and Watson.

The food was delicious, the service excellent and the memorabilia was amazing.  When in London do visit the pub, just make a reservation first.

10 Northumberland Street, St James’s, WC2N 5DB

Next time:  A Night At The Pinter

Playing Catch up!


I’ve been running like a mad person, my entire Christmas Break. Nothing unusually I know! Ten days off and it was mostly spent visiting friends and family. I guess in a way, you could say I needed some me time. For those that joined in our Andrew Scott contest, that ended today. I’ll announce the winner tomorrow. We’ll have another contest soon I promise! Until then Happy New Years, and enjoy some of my favorite art! Art above by glasmond on deviantart!

Continue reading Playing Catch up!

The Game Is On! Another Chance To Win!



Here’s another chance to WIN some cool prizes! First place receives a Sherlock Pop figure exclusive from Barnes and Noble! Along with a Union hat, just like the one Andrew Scott wears in The Reichenbach Fall!


How to enter.. You must first be follow our Like page: and be a member of our group page: (International fans are welcome to join in and WIN!)

How To WIN? Whomever invites the most people to LIKE our Facebook page and join our Group WINS! Second place will receive a pop figure of our choice and a Sherlock Fans USA pin set! Here’s the important part.. If you invite friends please tag us or write us, so we can keep track of our contestants. This will not be a blind drawing.. This is a group effort!


Contest Ends September 30th! Contest for October will center on the best Sherlock costume! Again International fans are welcome!!

Actor Spotlight Benedict Cumberbatch!

Benedict Timothy Carlton Cumberbatch -Actor’s Biography-



Born 19th of July 1976

Benedict Timothy Carlton Cumberbatch was born and raised in London, England. His parents, Wanda Ventham and Timothy Carlton (Timothy Carlton Congdon Cumberbatch), are both actors. He is a grandson of submarine commander Henry Carlton Cumberbatch, and a great-grandson of diplomat Henry Arnold Cumberbatch CMG. Cumberbatch attended Brambletye School and Harrow School. Whilst at Harrow, he had an arts scholarship and painted large oil canvases. It’s also where he began acting. After he finished school, he took a year off to volunteer as an English teacher in a Tibetan monastery in Darjeeling, India. On his return, he studied drama at Manchester University. He continued his training as an actor at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art graduating with an M.A. in Classical Acting. By the time he had completed his studies, he already had an agent.

Cumberbatch has worked in theatre, television, film and radio. His breakthrough on the big screen came in 2004 when he portrayed Stephen Hawking in the television movie Hawking (2004). In 2010, he became a household name as Sherlock Holmes on the British television series Sherlock (2010). In 2011, he appeared in two Oscar-nominated films, War Horse (2011) and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011). He followed this with acclaimed roles in the science fiction fiction film Star Trek Into Darkness (2013), the Oscar-winning drama 12 Years a Slave (2013), The Fifth Estate (2013) and August: Osage County (2013). In 2014, he portrayed Alan Turing in The Imitation Game (2014) which earned him a Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild Award, British Academy of Film and Television Arts and an Academy Award nominations for Best Actor in a Leading Role.

Cumberbatch was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) by Queen Elizabeth II in the 2015 Birthday Honours for his services to the performing arts and to charity.

Cumberbatch’s engagement to theatre and opera director Sophie Hunter, whom he has known for 17 years, was announced in the “Forthcoming Marriages” section of The Times newspaper on November 5, 2014. On February 14, 2015, the couple married at the 12th century Church of St. Peter and St. Paul on the Isle of Wight followed by a reception at Mottistone Manor. They have a son, Christopher Carlton born 2015.

Writers Note: Personal favorites Star Trek Into Darkness,  The Imitation Game, Small Island, Sherlock, Parade’s End and the short film Little Favor.


Film Roles



Benedict in The Imitation Game (2014)

Starter for Ten (2006) as William Pitt
Amazing Grace (2006) as Patrick Watts
Atonement (2007) as Paul Marshall
The Other Boleyn Girl (2008) as William Carey
Burlesque Fairytales (2008) as Henry Clark
Creation (2009) as Joseph Hooker
Four Lions (2010) as Ed
Third Star (2010) as James
The Whistleblower (2010) as Nick Phillips
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (2011) as Petter Guillam
Wreckers (2011) as David
War Horse (2011) as Major Stewart
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012) as Smaug
Star Trek Into Darkness (2013) as Khan
12 Years a Slave (2013) as William Ford
August: Osage County (2013) as Little Charlie
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (2013) as Smaug
The Fifth Estate (2013) as Julian Assange
The Imitation Game (2014) as Alan Turning
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies (2014) as Smaug
Black Mass (2015) as Billy Bulger
Zoolander 2 (2016) as All
Doctor Strange  (2016) as Dr. Stephen Strange
Upcoming Projects: Magik (2016), Rogue Male (2017), Jungle Book (2018) and Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (2018)!



                                                           The Fifth Estate (2013) as Julian Assange


                                                           Star Trek Into Darkness (2013) as Khan





Television Roles

tumblr_static_8r0adi9mpzsw8cgs00skos4g8                                                      Of course we fans love him as Sherlock Holmes

Field of Gold (2002) as Jeremy
Tipping the Velvet (2002) as Freddy
Silent Witness (2002) as Warren Reid
Heartbeat (2003) as Charles/Toby
Cambridge Spies (2003) as Edward Hand
Spooks (2003) as Jim North
Fortysomething (2003) as Rory Slippery
Dunkirk (2004) as Lt. Jimmy Langley
Hawking (2004) as Stephen Hawking
Nathan Barley (2005) as Robin
To the Ends of the Earth (2005) as Edmund Talbot
Broken News (2005) as Will Parker
Stuart: A Life Backwards (2007) as Alexander Marsters
The Last Enemy (2008) as Stephen Ezard
Marple: Murder is Easy (2009) as Luke Fitzwilliam
The Turning Point (2009) as Guy Burgess
Small Island (2009) as Bernard
Van Gogh: Painted with Words (2010) as Vincent Van Gogh
Sherlock (2010 – ) as Sherlock Holmes
Parade’s End (2012) as Christopher Tietjens
The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses (2016) as Richard III

                                         Benedict Cumberbatch in Small Island. (2009) A touching performance!



Radio & Voice-Over Roles


Seven Women (2005) as Tovey
The Cocktail Party (2005) as Peter Quiipe
The Possessed (2006) as Nikolai Stavrogin
The Pillow Book (2008) as Tadanobu
The Last Days of Grace (2008) as GF
At War with Wellington (2008) as Duke of Wellington
Chatterton: The Allington Solution (2008) as Thomas Chatterton
Spellbound (2008) as Dr. Murchison
Cabin Pressure (2008 to 2014)
Good Evening (2009) as Dudley Moore
Rumpole (2009 – 2014) as Young Rumpole
Tom and Viv (2011) as T.S. Eliot
Copenhagen (2013) as Werner Heisenberg
Neverwhere (2013) as Angel Islington
Rumpole and the Old Boy Net (2014) as Rumpole
Rumpole and the Sleeping Partners (2014) as Rumpole
My Dear Bessie (2015) as Chris


Stage Roles


Benedict on stage in Frankenstein (2011)

A Midsummer’s Night’s Dream (2002)
Love’s Labour’s Lost (2002)
Oh What Lovely War (2002)
As You Like It (2002)
Romeo and Juliet (2002)
The Lady by the Sea (2004)
Hedda Gabler (2005)
Period of Adjustment (2007)
Rhinoceros (2007)
The Arsonists (2007)
The City (2008)
After the Dance (2010)
The Children’s Monologues gala (2010)
Frankenstein (2011)

Cumberbatch was part of a cast featuring members of the Royal National Theatre Company in 50 Years on Stage, the Royal National Theatre’s landmark event for its 50th anniversary on 2 November 2013. He played Rosencrantz in a selected scene from Tom Stoppard’s play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead

Hamlet (2015) He earned his third Laurence Olivier Awards nomination for the role.