Time For Tea is a five story event space and location hire on Shoreditch High St. which specializes in period production between 1939-1959
The groundfloor is available for private tea parties, classic film screenings, pop-up shops and of course good ol’ fashioned shin digs!
The building was erected in the early 1700’s as a bank originally, then a pawn brokers and eventually a clockmaker’s named G.E.O. Andrews who constructed the clock on the front of the building but more prominently the clocks in the tower of Shoreditch Church
Time for Tea has become known as one of the most familiar landmarks in Shoreditch because of it’s authentic historical aesthetic and prominence in the community; It has been used for a number of period film and tv productions as well as photographic shoots and contemporary events
Time for tea was at the forefront of 1940s swing events in London about 11 years ago; we ran The Modern Times club at the Great Eastern Hotel in Liverpool st. where vintage dress was imperative and everyone received old fashioned dance cards. After approx 5-6 years we were putting on the ritz to approx 200-400 people at the 1930s Titanic ballroom in central london, and collaborated with the famous Whoopee club for a joint halloween masked ball for approx 600-800 people ….
Time for tea specialises in film and tv production between 1939-1959
Numerous companies have come and shot scenes at Time for Tea, including the BBC and iTV, shows such as The Long Firm and Bletchley Circle....Most recently we had The Midwives in for tea, cakes and portraits !
As we own everything under one roof it saves a lot of time and money ,we can also supply dressed actors and extras and props …
weve recently been researching a ww2 film at the sadly soon to be closed Imperial war museum heres the truck were using to transport our dance troupe accross the dessert in the time for tea drama still in pre production ..
When you’re looking for an event location remember: It’s always time for tea!
Available for private hire, whether it’s a tea party, film screening, board meeting or a good ol’ fashioned shin dig
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