Whitby Pavilion has magic and mayhem in store for guests as Granny Rose and her Tea Time friends return with story The Sword In The Stone.
The first Tea Time Tale of the summer holidays is a fully-costumed story about a poor yet unusual orphan boy called Wart, who meets up with the magical Merlin and along the way, encounters various colourful characters and woodland creatures.
Wart also finds himself in several difficult situations and is forced to take a sword that is stuck in the stone which says: “The rightful heir to the English throne can only remove this sword from the stone.”
The performance is open to all ages of children, as well as adults, and guests will receive a hot drink at the end of the stories.
The performance will be held in the Northern Lights Suite at Whitby Pavilion on Thursday from 3.30-5pm.
Tickets are priced at: children £6, adults £2.50 and under two-year-olds go free.
The tickets are available by contacting (01947) 604855 or at the box office on the day.