Don't Go into the Cellar - Edward Lear's Stuff and Nonsense @ Tea House Theatre
Allow him to entertain you with tall tales concerning his life and times, the people, flora and fauna he encountered along the way, and his own inimitable philosophy of life.
Oh, and a certain owl and a particular pussycat are both guaranteed!
Jonathan Goodwin writes and performs in a show directed by himself and Gary Archer.
Bar open till late
Dinner Theatre Menu:
Melted mature cheddar with mustard and egg on toast, served with a salad.
Originally called ‘Welsh Rabbit’, a witty insult about the Welsh, in that they would offer you rabbit and then give you cheese on toast. Ours includes mustard and egg according to the original recipe
A classic Anglo-Indian dish. Curried rice, sliced egg and smoked
mackerel, served with mixed leaves and balsamic vinaigrette.
Steak and Kidney Pudding
An English classic, mouth-watering steak and kidney encased in delicious suet pastry served with mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables.
While the invention of the pudding cloth revolutionised English cooking in the 16th Century, the first recorded recipe for steak and kidney pudding appears courtesy of Victorian domestic goddess Mrs Beeton in 1861
Followed in the interval by a pot of our Tea House Leaf Breakfast Tea and our Homemade Raisin Scones with Jam and Clotted Cream
Show Ticket and Dinner £30
Show only £15