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The Langham Melbourne's 'SING' High Tea

Wednesday 28th of December to Tuesday 31st of January
by Gwen (follow)
Gwen O'Toole is the director of a boutique event management and creative services company, The Ideas Library. Visit www.TheIdeasLibrary.com.au
Just in time for the summer school holidays, The Langham Melbourne has launched a new kid-friendly high tea experience based on the upcoming blockbuster movie 'SING'.



Sing High Tea
The new children's high tea at The Langham Melbourne, is just in time for the summer school holidays. Image:The Langham Melbourne


Taking place weekdays from Wednesday 28 December until Tuesday 31 of January 2017 in the hotel's Aria Bar & Lounge, the event will bring the movie to life in sweet form as the Sing-inspired high tea features adorable treats inspired by the films characters such as Buster Moon Cupcakes (named after the lead character, a koala named Buster Moon, Rosita macaron (adorable pink macarons inspired by a pig character’s litter of 25 piglets), Eddie muffins shaped like sheep, a microphone cone, “Drum Roll, Please” cookie, healthy rabbit-shaped watermelon pieces, a Sing mini-cheeseburger as well as The Langham, Melbourne’s signature favourites, cucumber ribbon sandwiches, fairy bread, freshly baked scones served with fresh cream and jam, hot chocolate and red cordial.



Sing High Tea
The event will feature plenty of treats inspired by the characters of the blockbuster film. Image:The Langham Melbourne


The musically loaded movie is about a shining star that lives inside all of us and features no less than 85 hit songs with an animal cast from a dapper koala, a mouse, an elephant, a pig, a gangster gorilla and a punk porcupine.

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Aria Bar & Lounge at The Langham, Melbourne has a reputation for creating themed high teas for children throughout the year and the special SING high tea is certain to be a hit.

Children are also encouraged to dress up as their favourite animal to help celebrate the launch of what promises to be everyone’s favourite new animated film this summer.

Bookings can be made via the Aria Bar website at ariabar.com.au. Children are $35.00 each and accompanying adults may enjoy The Langham Melbourne’s Afternoon Tea with Wedgwood for $55.00 each.

The 'SING' high tea will take place every weekday at 10am until 11.30am and again from 12.30pm until 2pm.
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