|A Garden Party to Die For (18/09/2013)|
The Kings Drive
Tel: 0044 1803 211211
Meet the Head Gardener, learn about Agatha Christie’s potent and poisonous plants and her time as a pharmacy assistant in Torquay and join us for afternoon tea – if you dare!
With a 1930s theme: music, servants, tea and cake served on the lawn, celebrate the glamour and social life of the period in the beautiful grounds of Torquay’s oldest building.
Feel free to dress for the occasion.
Ticket price £15.00
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