Horniman Museum hosts Curious Tea Party

Horniman Museum hosts Curious Tea Party

Horniman Museum hosts Curious Tea Party

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Get ready to don your best frocks as the Horniman Museum hosts Edwardian-inspired dance, music and food in the gardens this weekend (July 12 and 13).

There will be tea dances, choir performances, a singing teasure hunt, ragtime jazz and more on Saturday and Sunday (July 12 and 13).

There will even be a Interactive Edwardian video DJ installation.

This event is being staged in partnership Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, with new dance commissions facilitated by Greenwich Dance.

The museum in London Road, Forest Hill, was founded by tea trader Sir Frederick Horniman and boasts 16-acre gardens.

Learn more and download the programmes here.


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