From years of living in London and becoming accustomed to paying almost a tenner for a soggy old sarnie and a cuppa, £12.55 for just a stale cheese sandwich seems a little over kill. But would you pay that price if it meant cuddling up with a cute ol’ guinea pig though?
If you’re not familiar with these Fleabag references, firstly: where on earth have you been living for the past three years? And, secondly *turns directly to camera*: stop reading now and don’t come back until you’ve binge watched all 12 episodes. But, if you are familiar, you’ll want to get racing on over to Waterstones Piccadilly as there’s the chance to see inside Fleabag’s legendary Guinea Pig Café…
Although it’s technically only a set and you won’t actually be able to purchase a micro meal or overpriced sarnie, fans of the show can flaunter on over to take a few snaps of the guinea pig trinkets until Sunday 17th November.
This fluffy filled pop-up has opened in honour of the realise of Fleabag: The Scriptures, a book of new writings from the woman behind the iconic series, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, equipped with filming scripts and unseen stage directions to your favourite scenes. We’re itching to get your hands on a copy!
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They’ve recreated the guinea pig cafe from Fleabag in Waterstones Piccadilly! Fun to get a sneak preview of it this morning and receive a new copy of the book Fleabag: The Scriptures which contains the complete scripts from the show. It’s here till Sunday. No live guinea pigs but it does actually smell like them! 😄❤️ #bookstagram #fleabagthescriptures
Expect to find guinea pig aprons lying across the tables, super cute photographs of Fleabag’s bestie Boo and her beloved guinea adorning the shelves and you’ll even be able to pose with the show’s notorious golden nude statue. After all, it’s Chatty Wednesday!
Get chatty and reenact your favourite scenes from Fleabag on the third floor of Waterstones Piccadilly until Sunday 17th November