Meet me at the Shakespeare’s Sister Company Literary High Tea on Saturday!

Shakespeares Sister Society high teaLike Madame d’Haussonville, I will be back in New York. One of the differences between the Comtesse and I is that my return was not planned until right now. Hence the short notice.

I will be speaking at the Shakespeare’s Sister Company’s Literary High Tea & Book Swap. All details can be found on its website. The Company supports women in the theater with literacy development, women empowerment workshops and mentorships for children.

If you are in New York and wish to support a worthy cause, enjoy a luscious high tea, or meet me in the flesh, you are most cordially invited. And three copies of Mistress of the Revolution will be offered at a raffle. See you there…

Saturday, March 6th
7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Lady Mendl’s Tea Room
56 Irving Place between 17th and 18th Streets
New York City

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11 Comments to “Meet me at the Shakespeare’s Sister Company Literary High Tea on Saturday!”

  1. Catherine Delors says:

    Sure, Penny!

  2. Penny says:

    It is looking better for me to come. But can I have another picture this time, I want a close up to get faces?

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  6. The most beautiful tea-room. Wish I could attend. I love your new look over here, Catherine!


  7. Catherine Delors says:

    Ah, but Miss Moppet, this is New York high tea! The event site on FaceBook invites the attendees to proceed downstairs to the martini bar after tea… which I might do myself.

  8. Miss Moppet says:

    Sounds like fun! I was surprised at the time it was held, being British I expected a tea party to start at 4pm at the latest :D But a great idea.

  9. Catherine Delors says:

    Too bad, Tristan! I guess it was really short notice. I just learned that I had to come to NYC for a legal hearing on Monday, and decided to spend the week-end, and this opportunity cropped up… We still look forward to your impressions on the Madame d’Haussonville lecture.

    Elizabeth, how wonderful! It will be such fun to meet you in person.

  10. Oh, I would so love to be able to make it – and meet you in person! But two trips into the city in one week is more than this fella can pull together LOL. Even more importantly, we have theatre tickets for that night here in New Haven, so I wouldn’t be able to make it anyway.

    But it’s such a fun thought.

    Hope it all goes well and you have a nice turn-out.

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