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Join Benedict Cumberbatch and the Sherlock Cast for Breakfast


  • Hang out with Benedict Cumberbatch, Mark Gatiss, Andrew Scott, Rupert Graves and Steven Moffat over breakfast (served by Una Stubbs!) at Speedy’s Café 
  • Join Louise Brealey for a private Sherlock tour around London and see locations from the show
  • Enjoy a VIP tour of The Sherlock Holmes Museum at 221b Baker Street
  • Be flown out to London and put up at The Sherlock Holmes Hotel
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What you'll do

Just like Sherlock, Benedict Cumberbatch quickly solved the case of the missing breakfast guest. How? Because it’s YOU. That’s right, you and the Dr. Watson (or a more pleasant friend) of your choice are flying to London to join Benedict, Mark Gatiss, Andrew Scott, Rupert Graves and show creator Steven Moffat for the most epic breakfast at none other than Speedy’s Café. And who better to serve you breakfast—with a side of loveable sass—than Mrs. Hudson herself, Una Stubbs! But your adventure is far from over. Everyone’s favorite mortuary technician, Louise Brealey, will join you for a private location tour to see real sites from the show, like the spot of Sherlock’s (thankfully fake) death. Plus, you’ll even get a VIP tour of The Sherlock Holmes Museum at the infamous 221b Baker Street! Flights and a stay at The Sherlock Holmes Hotel are on us.

Who you'll help

Red Nose Day USA drives positive change through the power of entertainment. It’s about making it fun to come together to raise money and awareness for children who need our help the most, in America and around the world. Red Nose Day USA’s mission is to end child poverty—one nose at a time. Red Nose Day USA launched in America in 2015 and has raised over $100 million in its first three years in the US. Funds raised support programs that ensure children who are living in poverty are safe, healthy and educated. Red Nose Day started in the UK in 1988 and has raised over $1 billion globally.