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11 August 2014

Drink tea at the Tea House Theatre

Opened in 2011 by co-author of The Dangerous Book for Boys Hal Iggulden, the Tea House Theatre was once a strip pub called the Queen Anne, but a lot has changed since then, and this former Victorian pub, built in 1886, is now much more of a tea, cake and knitting sort of a place than its former pound-in-a-pint-pot days.


When your author popped in a little while ago, there was a toddler sing-a-long taking place, with acoustic guitars, but the atmosphere was still pleasant, and the tea and cake were excellent. This is less of a pub closure than a pub reinvention, with plenty of evening events, many of which even feature wine, and the results are positive.

For more, see http://www.teahousetheatre.co.uk/

1 comment:

  1. Poor old Queen Anne - 18 pregnancies went to term and only one survived infancy :( No wonder she looked enormous. But did she drink?

    If I was going to encourage family involvement in the new venture, I would have called it the Queen Anne Tea House :)

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