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* * * * * (5 stars)

A cup of tea in a china cup, a pristine white tablecloth and an enticing cake stand. And listen carefully, the show is going on around you. You only have to listen in.

Characters come and go from the tearoom, each bringing their own story. There are ups and downs, fights, resolutions, fears, tears and joy. We are swept along with the characters, wondering about who they are and hoping they find happiness after this brief glimpse into their lives.

If you enjoy people-watching you will love this show, and watching the reactions of the other members of the audience as much as the diverse cast. There is much to ponder on and take away from this unique experience. Bring a hankie.

* * * * * (5 stars)

Tea Room
Lauriston Hall

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One Comment

  1. How brilliant was this – just my cup of tea (oops apologies!). It was permitted to listen into other peoples’ conversations and some you wished you hadnt because they were so sad though believable, others were uplifting, you smiled. Thank you cast, well worth the early start!

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