For the past four years Yorkshire Hall, on Route 5 in Pembroke, has offered its popular "Tea Tasting Show" -- a combination of high tea, farcical comedy, and "delicious teatime foods" to bus tour companies and large groups. The George Walker family, operators of Yorkshire Hall, would frequently receive inquiries from local individuals who wanted to attend. Unfortunately," Walker explained, "it's not feasible to do the show for fewer than 25 guests. That's why we're very excited to have a last minute opportunity for local tea and entertainment aficionados to see this show."
Walked said that a bus tour group attending Yorkshire Hall's Tea Tasting Show this Saturday has ended up with smaller than expected numbers, "and this means we can open the doors to local individuals or small groups who have always wanted to see this show." The show, which beings at 2:30 p.m. and provides three separate tea services with special treats accompanying each tea, also includes comedy, songs, and a surprise gift for each guest at the end of the show. Yorkshire Hall also contains a "Tea Treasures Table" of specialty teas and tea related gifts, which is only open during shows.
"We know this is very 'last minute,'" said Walker, "but we wanted to get the word out that local people who have begging for a chance to see this show have a unique opportunity on Saturday. Reservations are required and information about the show is available by clicking on the "Tea Tasting" tab at www.HolidayHollow.com, or by calling Yorkshire Hall at 716-474-4300.