Posted by The Events Editorial Team
22. May, 2012
|May 27, 2012|
|3:00 pm||to||5:00 pm|
Many folks love tea, so why not go and enjoy some of the soothing teas at Tea & Sympathy, and get to see a show while you’re enjoying said beverages. Musician and tea enthusiast Anne Norman performs her one-woman show Nonchalant Bombasi-tea, full of humour and singalongs about the tales of the history of tea involving British colonisation, as well as its beginnings in China and India.
WHEN: Sunday May 27, 3pm-5pm
WHERE: Tea & Sympathy, 781 High Street, Thornbury
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