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Evening of Theatre, Food and Wine at Strelley Hall

Strelley Hall
Main Street
Strelley Village

Tel: 0115 9061305

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Evening of Theatre, Food and Wine at Strelley Hall

Friday 18th August 2017, 6pm

Join us for an Evening of Theatre, Food and Wine at Strelley Hall on Friday 18th August 2017
"Tea with Oscar Wilde" - a chat show with a difference - join Oscar Wilde on the lawn at Strelley Hall!  Acclaimed actor Jonathan Goodwin plays the famed Victorian wit, in a show packed with comedy, music and audience participation.
Tickets, priced at £15 to cover both the show and a pre-theatre buffet supper which includes Mulberry Tree quiches, cucumber sandwiches, Mulberry Tree homemade cakes, strawberries and cream; Pimms cocktails and wine/beer will be available to purchase too.
Tickets are available now from Strelley Hall reception (tel. 0115 906 1200), or the Mulberry Tree Cafe, or can be reserved via return email.  Supper/drinks from 6pm, show starts at 7.30pm. (in the event of bad weather the show will take place in the Panelled Room).

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