The Swan, Shakespeare Globe Theatre
A perfect Mother’s Day treat!
Join us and a group of Teens and their Mums for an afternoon tea at The Swan, Shakespear Globe.
The Swan’s "A Midsummer Night’s Dream Afternoon Tea" is inspired by the journeys of the characters: from the pea flower of Oberon’s love potion, the apricots Titania feeds to Bottom and, of course, mulberries from the lovers’ tree.
If you'd like to treat your Mum to Afternoon Tea, please either use the register your interest button to the right, or call us on 01992 440091.
**You must be a Teen registered with us to attend this event.
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