A View From The Landing At 221B Baker Street
Seems Mrs Hudson is about to step forward into the limelight!
In October, a book titled Mrs Hudson's Diaries: A View From The Landing at 221b was published and now it seems there are plans to adapt this into a show.
MRS HUDSON’S DIARIES by Barry Cryer & Bob Cryer
Hello Boys! Form an orderly queue, because here she is! From October 15th 2012 you will be able to buy your very own portable landlady. Possibly the most famous landlady of them all. Mrs Hudson.
One frosty winter morning, deep in the vaults of Cox & Co. at Charing Cross, a battered biscuit tin is discovered…
Inside are the diaries of that long- suffering resident of 221b Baker Street, Sherlock Holmes’ landlady, the unflappable Mrs Hudson.
She presents her portrait of life with the great detective and his ever-faithful companion with relish, mustard and no small amount of dropped eaves. Mysterious visitors, disappearances, shouts and bangs – life below stairs at 221b is often silly, slapstick and sentimental in equal measure.
A VIEW FROM THE LANDING AT 221B
The diaries these offer an affectionate and hilarious sketch of a remarkably enterprising Victorian female, whose humorous musings encompass talking to the spirit world, dancing with government officials and nights at the music hall. Interspersed with Mrs Hudson’s fascinating keepsakes – letters, recipes, calling cards and photos – this is a must-have addition for any Sherlock Holmes aficionado.
Behind every great man is an even greater woman … demanding rent.
You can find this book listed on Amazon HERE
It seems the show is busy casting the characters, and if this one comes off I'll be sure to watch it:
Dame Judi Dench - Judi Dench Favourite For New Sherlock Holmes Show
Dame Judi in a comical role? Brilliant!
Also, please note that sentences can also end in full stops. The exclamation mark can be overused.
Sherlock Holmes 28 March 13:08
Mycroft’s popularity doesn’t surprise me at all. He is, after all, incredibly beautiful, clever and well-dressed. And beautiful. Did I mention that?
"I know that you believe you understand what you think I said, but I’m not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant."