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Afternoon Tea & Mamma Mia

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Celebrate Mother’s Day in style with us this March!

Come and treat your mum to a sumptuous afternoon tea with fizz at Tyneside Bar Café before being shown to Tyneside Cinema’s Digital Lounge for a private screening of the wonderfully cheesy ABBA-fest Mamma Mia!

The Afternoon Tea includes home-baked cakes, scones with clotted cream and Chef Tom Adlam’s Oscar-winning fresh sandwiches, and tickets are just £25 per person including fizz on arrival.

Available from 12pm (before the Digital Lounge private screening of Mamma Mia at 1.45pm), 2.30pm (before the screening at 4.15pm) and 4.30pm (before the screening at 6.30pm).

  Year: 2027  
BBFC Advice: PG Parental guidance recommended, some scenes may be unsuitable for children.  

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