|Sherlock Holmes and the Baker Street Irregulars|
|Directed by||Julian Kemp|
|Written by||Richard Kurti |
|Produced by||Andy Rowley (RDF Television)|
|Music by||Debbie Wiseman|
|Distributed by||BBC Children's Drama|
Sherlock Holmes and the Baker Street Irregulars is a 2007 BBC television drama about Sherlock Holmes and the Baker Street Irregulars, a gang of children who would occasionally help him. It stars Jonathan Pryce as Sherlock Holmes and Bill Paterson as Dr Watson with Anna Chancellor and Aaron Johnson.
The Baker Street Irregulars investigate as several of their members go missing, while also trying to prevent Sherlock Holmes — who is undergoing a personal crisis — being convicted of murder.
It was shot and post produced in Dublin, Ireland.
Ray Bennett of The Hollywood Reporter praised the film.