'Fleabag' Inspires Actual Guinea Pig Café in London

It opened in conjunction with the release of new book 'Fleabag: The Scriptures'
'Fleabag' Inspires Actual Guinea Pig Café in London
London now has its very own guinea pig café, mimicking the shop where the main character of Fleabag worked.
 
The café was opened in conjunction with the release of a new book of scripts from the Emmy-winning show. Fleabag: The Scriptures is released today and features the full scripts from the show ("Every word. Every side-eye. Every fox."), as well as new writing by series creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
 
The IRL café is located in the Piccadilly branch of Waterstones in London, U.K., and features plenty of memorabilia that will be familiar to fans of the show.
 
There's a guinea pig apron, a photo of Fleabag's best friend Boo and even a replica of the show's infamous gold nude statue. There's also a sign advertising that it's "Chatty Wednesday."
 
See photos of the installation below.