Episode 4

ABC TEA! Activism, Brothers and the other Cranston Tearooms

This episode we learn about early salon culture and the suffragettes who inspired the Salon de Luxe colour scheme, Miss Cranston’s other tearooms (including the Oak room now at the V&A) and Stuart Cranston: coffee fiend and rival to our own Kate.  We round off by pondering Victorian cocktails and remain mostly unconvinced.

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Buchanan billiard room Walton and CRM HES source
Oak room V&A Hufton Crow
George Walton rose panel Argyle st Glasgow Museums
1901 exhibition tearoom GM
Janet Barrowman left and Helen Crawfurd Anderson The National
Blue Lady Tea 3
Stuart Cranston
Smoking Bishop Charles Dickens

DATE: 30.04.2021 | HOSTS/GUEST: Jodie Marshall & Isabella Scott | RUNNING TIME: 31mins

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS:

Musical sting by Scott Twynholm 

PHOTO ACCREDITATIONS:

Oak Room at the V&A: Hufton and Crow

Buchanan St tearooms: Historic Environment Scotland

George Walton rose panel for Argyle St: Glasgow Museums

Smoking Bishop cocktail in A Christmas Carol: Getty Images

1901 International Exhibition:  Glasgow Museums

Stuart Cranston 1909:  Trades House of Glasgow Digital Archives

Scottish suffragettes Janet Barrowman and Helen Crawfurd Anderson: The National newspaper

 

All other images in the public domain.

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