The London Sherlockians, Baker Street Babes and Cara McGee invite you for an afternoon of tea drinking, raffles, games and general Sherlockian shenanigans
The tea ‘menu’ is composed of the infamous Sherlock tea blends by Cara provided by Adagio Tea (after all normal tea would be so BORING)
All guests will receive: Cups for tea, nibbles, exclusive prints and a chance to win some of the prizes in the raffle.
There will be games set up around the venue such as: Cards Against Humanity, Cluedo, Shoot Sherlock and Celebrity Head Game.
Cosplay is highly encouraged. If inconvenient, cosplay anyways. Wear your best Sherlockian outfit.
Moustachioed Blogger [£10] : Oh faithful Blogger, you’ll get entry to the event, an event exclusive fan art print and raffle ticket for the draw later in the afternoon
Consulting Detective [£15]: Because you’re special and we love that deerstalker hat, you’re going to get a complete set of the artwork, a white ceramic mug that Cara will custom draw on for you at the party, a sample of tea and 5 raffle tickets for the draw later in the afternoon.
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*Tickets will be sold at the door as well, however, Consulting Detective is online only.
The London Sherlockians, Baker Street Babes and Cara McGee invite you for an afternoon of tea drinking, raffles, games and general Sherlockian shenanigans The tea ‘menu’ is composed of the infamous Sherlock tea blends by Cara provided by Adagio Tea (after all normal tea would be so BORING) All guests will receive: Cups for tea,… Read More »
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