PREVIEW: A Right Royale Tea, Amba Hotel, Charing Cross

Taking place at the Amba Hotel in Charing Cross every Sunday from the 23rd June, BoRo Experiences has created a comedy afternoon tea that involves the guests…

Guests will join the fictitious Lord and Lady Right, and their servants, as they try to raise vital funds to save their crumbling castle in this unique and original comedy dining experience.

As Lady Right gets more and more tipsy throughout the fundraiser, Lord Right is on the lookout for a handsome (and rich) suitor for his beloved daughter, Ginny, who is more into Harry Potter than Prince Harry. Richard, his lawyer, is desperately trying to keep everything in order, whilst trying to ensure the entertainment arrives on time. Will the mysterious painting raise enough cash to save the Right family? And who will save the day?

Those attending can expect 1920’s elegance combined with a traditional afternoon tea including scones, sandwiches and cakes, while being entertained by mischievous maids, boisterous butlers, a magical daughter and a sumptuous songstress.

A Right Royale Tea was created by BoRo Experiences founder Dominic Wong and is directed by Jo Michaels-Barrington with script consultation by Andrew Muir.

Talking about the show creator Dominic Wong commented: “The inspiration for A Right Royale Tea came from the need for a fun ‘Royal’ experience that is missing in the marketplace and one that tourists crave. The Royals have witnessed a modern revival of late, with the arrival of another Royal baby as well as the multitude of movies and TV series making a splash (including a forthcoming series of The Crown, Oscar-winner The Favourite through to the Downton Abbey movie released in September). Combined with a unique take on the traditional afternoon tea, A Right Royale Tea will deliver a truly British, standout experience”.

The cast for the show includes Giselle Summers as Lady Right and Jason Taylor as Lord Right, Chloe Brown as maid and daughter, Bruce McIntosh as Richard the Lawyer and Carl Christopher, who plays Patrick the Butler.

Performances take place at the Amba Hotel, Charing Cross, London, every Sunday afternoon (23rd June 2019) from 2:30pm until 5pm throughout the Summer. Tickets cost £69.95 per adult, £59.95 for children under 12 and £64.95 student and senior citizen concessions, with an option to upgrade to the prosecco package at £77.50 per adult. All tickets include the comedy dining performance and afternoon tea including scones, sandwiches and cakes. To book tickets visit:

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