He’s done it! Watch Benedict Cumberbatch’s truly epic Ice Bucket Challenge!
We completed the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge tonight… but who do we nominate to follow on from us?
Donate at www.ALSA.org.
SpideRays Fonts have paid homage to Sherlock by releasing a free downloadable typeface, with not only the logo style letters, but the 221B style door numbers, Sherlock themed icons and even silhouettes too!
You can download the font HERE
We’ve got an exclusive Andrew Scott interview extract and photo from the new issue of Attitude magazine on our site - head on over to read all!
Thinking about it, it would appear our 2011 Sherlock Christmas card was quite apt with Benedict Cumberbatch’s forthcoming starring role as Hamlet at the Barbican!
You ask, you get – Sherlock: The Network, the hugely popular iOS game starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman and Mark Gatiss has arrived on Android devices at last!
The basic version of the Android App is available for FREE in the Amazon Appstore and on Google Play, and as of today it is now also free on iOS devices.
The free version grants you access to the first two cases of the game – to continue to play to the end, in app purchases are available for cases 3-6 and 7-10 (£1.49 each) or 3-10 (£1.99).
In addition, an exclusive bonus bundle offer in the Amazon Appstore includes cases 1-6 for free for a limited time between 6-20 August.
Sherlock: The Network has also made its Chinese language debut, with an iOS version available in Apple App Store right now – a Chinese language release will be coming soon for Android.
So Android users – time to join The Network and get cracking cases at last! Search Sherlock The Network on your store to get downloading!
Sherlock: The Network is out today on Android - hear a brand new and exclusive message from Sherlock himself below!
To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I, join Sherlockology in supporting the Royal British Legion #LightsOut campaign by turning out the lights for one hour from 10.00pm BST to honour those Service men and women who fought and died in the First World War.
Welcome to the eighth month of the year, and you are invited to crack the anagram for August 2014!
As usual Easy or Hard modes are available to unlock and download your desktop calendar.
Both answers relate to the pixelated image above in some way. You will of course have to use your skills of deduction to arrange the letters into the correct order to solve the Sherlock related anagram to gain access to the wallpaper download.
We’ve got a brand new and exclusive interview with Louise Brealey, talking Delicious, Sherlock, chocolate covered strawberries, and what it is like to kiss Benedict Cumberbatch!