Tea with "Tea with the Dames"

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You’re a fan of Dame Maggie Smith from Downton Abbey, Dame Judi Dench from As Time Goes By and Cranford, Dame Eileen Atkins from Upstairs, Downstairs, Cranford, Doc Martin, Dame Joan Plowright from Mrs. Palfrey at the Claremont, and a zillion other star performances by all of these most celebrated actresses of our time.  Now see them all together chatting about their careers and private lives in the new film “Tea with the Dames.” 

Join WVIA for a tea party with prize giveaways and enjoy “Tea with the Dames,” Saturday February 16, 4:15 PM at the Wyoming County Cultural Center at the Dietrich Theater in Tunkhannock. WinterFest presents 21 films in 21 days

  • Green Book
  • Beautiful Boy
  • Mary Queen of Scots
  • A Private War
  • Can You Ever Forgive Me
  • The Wife
  • ..and more

Opening night is February 15. Schedule details and ticket information at dietrichtheater.com.

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