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A Narnia-themed afternoon tea is coming to Cheltenham

PUBLISHED: 07:24 08 August 2017 | UPDATED: 07:24 08 August 2017

Traditional high afternoon tea (c) Tobin C / Shutterstock

Traditional high afternoon tea (c) Tobin C / Shutterstock

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The magical kingdom of Narnia will come to Cheltenham Town Hall and guests can enjoy an afternoon tea fit for the White Witch herself!

Christmas might be a while away yet but Cheltenham is already gearing up for the festive season with a selection of Narnia-themed afternoon teas this December.

On Saturday December 9, Sunday December 10 and Saturday December 16 Cheltenham Town Hall will be transformed into the magical, winter wonderland depicted in the much loved book series by C.S. Lewis.

Guests will walk through the oak wardrobe to the enchanted forest, be greeted by Mr Tumnus and capture a moment with the White Witch. There will also be a chance to explore the kingdom of Narnia, with little ones receiving an interactive map, before settling down to watch a ballet performance with a delicious afternoon tea.

Father Christmas will also be in attendance to give everyone an early Christmas present too!

“It was a full moon and, shining on all the snow, it made everything almost as bright as day-only the shadows were rather confusing’’“It was a full moon and, shining on all the snow, it made everything almost as bright as day-only the shadows were rather confusing’’

The Narnia-themed afternoon teas will take place at Cheltenham Town Hall on December 9, 10 and 16. The afternoon tea is sold out on December 16. Father Christmas will be in attendance at each event but will be without his grotto on December 10. Tickets cost £19.50 and can be bought directly through the Hype Agency on 0117 9710320 or via email info@hypeagency.co.uk.

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