How Do You Take Yours… ?

19 September - 7 October 2014


A small exhibition about coffee and tea, a film screening and book reading, and an afternoon tea party.

Featuring fine and functional equipment for manual coffee and tea brewing, drinking vessels crafted traditionally out of fine bone china, and enough coffee and tea to keep us going for a few weeks.

Artwork and info graphic work specially designed by Tiger Tea.

All products are for sale.

                           


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The Film Screening & Book Reading

Coffee and Cigarettes (2003)

Thursday 2 October
7pm (doors open 6.30pm)

£5 per person

Mincine and The Gallery at Munro House present a screening of Jim Jarmusch’s 2003 film Coffee and Cigarettes. A comic series of short vignettes built on one another to create a cumulative effect, as the characters discuss things as diverse as caffeine popsicles, Paris in the ’20s, and the use of nicotine as an insecticide–all the while sitting around sipping coffee and smoking cigarettes. As director Jim Jarmusch delves into the normal pace of our world from an extraordinary angle, he shows just how absorbing the obsessions, joys and addictions of life can be, if truly observed.

The Bitter Trade (2014)

We will open the evening with a reading by author Piers Alexander, from his novel ‘The Bitter Trade’ (2014), a historical adventure set in London’s coffeehouses during the Glorious Revolution of 1688.

Tickets are £5, including entry to both events.


The Afternoon Tea

Scrumdiddlyumptious – An afternoon of chocolate indulgence

Saturday 4 October
1pm – 4pm

£12 per person

Immerse yourself in a world of imagination for a Wonka-tastic afternoon of cocoa and cake to celebrate Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’s 50th birthday.

The Scrumdiddlyumptious chocolate-tastic cream tea will transport you from the realities of the city centre to a fantastical world of delicious treats and wonderfully bonkers surroundings.

For the menu, think of the most scrumptious chocolate eatables (and drinks) in the world.

There are two ticket types available for this event:

Chocolate Explorer £12
Gluten Free Chocolate Explorer £12


Admission is free

Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday
8am - 5pm

Thursday & Friday
8am - 5pm

Saturday
10am - 5pm

Closed Sundays and Bank Holidays

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