A return visit by Jane Glennie with her entertaining theatrical monologues. Set at the end of rationing in 1953, etiquette enthusiast Mrs Cox gives advice on how to make a proper cup of tea as well as the correct way to drink it. Amongst the tips, hear tales of gruesome deaths, smuggling, poisoning and gossip to find out the secret history of the Nation’s favourite drink.
Jane has 30 years' experience of bringing history to life in museums, theatres and heritage sites. She has been presenting popular and entertaining theatrical talks for the past 12 years in Hampshire. She is joint partner in the company "Pedlars and Petticoats" which offers living history and storytelling activities to museums and schools.