Tickets Just Dropped To The Mad Hatter’s Brooklyn Tea Party

Tickets are currently selling out for Brooklyn’s whimsical Mad Hatter’s Tea Party, and more have been released.

The Mad Hatter has extended its run through December 31 in East Williamsburg, hosting their immersive tea party that is, naturally, ever-so-slightly mad.

The Mad Hatters G&T Party – created by the collective behind some legendary London and NYC pop-ups – invites guests to step onto a double-decker bus that’s been transformed into a brilliantly bonkers cottage. It’s a world where nothing is what it is, and everything that might be simply isn’t.

Going down the rabbit hole – OK, up the stairs – leads into a two-hour whirlwind experience hosted by the Hatter himself, with the March Hare and Dormouse joining in the revelry, too.

Amid the escalating nonsense, guests will be able to create their own luminous cocktails, making their way around the extravagant party table to create mad molecular concoctions. The ingredients might be anything from Tanqueray Gin to very curious botanicals indeed – but the final results will inevitably scream ‘DRINK ME.’

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And of course, what’s a tea party without those delectable dainty pastries? Guests will be able to nosh on a selection of British tea time classics – with a modern, madcap twist.

Tickets sell out quickly, so don’t be late for this very important date – book yourself in to see the Hatter right here.

 

Where: 173 Morgan Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11206

When:  May 25 – December 31; Tues – Sun

How much: Tickets range from $55

Tickets: are available here through Fever. 

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