The Guinea Pig Cafe From Fleabag Just Opened In Waterstones Piccadilly

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The Guinea Pig Cafe From Fleabag Just Opened In Waterstones Piccadilly

A replica of the cafe in hit TV show Fleabag has opened in Waterstones Piccadilly.

The guinea-pig filled pop-up coincides with the publication of Fleabag: The Scriptures, a new book featuring scripts, along with never-seen-before stage directions, and new writing by Waller-Bridge.

You won't get anything to eat and drink there, as it's a set, rather than a functioning cafe, but there are plenty of props and subtle touches that Fleabag fans will love. Look out for a photo of Boo, that golden statue, and a nod to the religious aspects of series 2.

Guinea pig aprons are available for you to put on to take photos, and there's even a hutch with (cuddly toy) guinea pigs.

Find the Fleabag Cafe on the third floor of Waterstones Piccadilly until this Sunday (17 November). It's free to visit. You can also dine in the restaurant where Series 2 Episode 1 was filmed, and the Hot Priest first entered our lives (and our hearts).

Last Updated 12 November 2019

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