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The Valley of Fear Gift Card

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Welcome to the best seat in the house! Treat the sleuth in your life to the magic of theatre this Christmas with a voucher for Blackeyed Theatre's acclaimed online production of Sherlock Holmes: The Valley of Fear. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's epic final Holmes novel, transformed for the stage and on tour across the UK, is now available to enjoy from the comfort of your sofa exclusively via Ticketco.

"The Valley Of Fear is perfect for any Holmes afficionado with a few hours to spare, especially with the holidays approaching. Don’t miss out on this brilliant production!”

A Shiny Life For Me

Perfect for theatre lovers, fans of murder mysteries and of course 'Sherlockians' everywhere, a £10 voucher can be used to rent the play online any time until 28 May 2023. 

“Highly recommended for all devotees of Conan Doyle’s Holmes”

Seen and Heard International

Once you've purchased a gift card, you have a couple of gifting options. You can download it direct from the Ticketco site to print out. You will also receive an email confirmation of your order including the voucher as an attachment, which you can download or forward in an email to the recipient. 

"If you have enjoyed Holmes in the past, then you will surely enjoy this production, and if it is your first time I can assure you that there are few better places to start"

Era Journal

Using the gift card is easy. The recipient just needs to visit the Valley of Fear page, click on the £10 ticket option and select 'check out'. They then input their contact details as prompted and select 'Gift Card' as their payment method. Enter the card's unique 5 code (or scan the card's QR code) and away you go. The play can be enjoyed for a period of 72 hours from the time it's viewed on a laptop, desktop, phone, tablet or TV (Smart TV, Amazon Fire or Apple).

Be sure to check out the official show programme online.

Want to add to the gift? You can order the Valley of Fear play script here.

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