Helping out the Eleanor

There are some very exciting plans afoot (or in my case, ahoof) for the new and improved Eleanor theatre in Phobos with wild talk and speculation about mooring for boats and airships and a coffee shop for folks to relax and chat in. There is also some crrrrazzzy talk about a gift shop – an idea I think is a bobby dazzler.

But what would a mirth-maddened audience member do in the meantime? How would they sate the fever in their brain pan to own a little piece of The Show Must Go On (after all, there is only so much Raoul to go around after Margaux has had her wicked way with the poor simpleton)?

The answer, my friends, is simple. The theatre may not have an official and approved gift shop yet, but there is a small range of take-home goodies on sale in the foyer. From snake chow (for hungry snakes) to human chow (made from real humans) you too can own a piece of your favourite show AND help pay the rent at the same time. And if any of you are looking to experience the magic that ripples between Margaux and her Boy Friday, then why not pick up an officially approved pair of rubber gloves as modelled by the big man himself? Go on, get scrubbing you dirty devils…
Margaux Gloves 1

Margaux Gloves 2

3 comments

  1. There could be other items for sale … possibly an Eleanor spoon to add to your collection of unuseable commemorative items that are more to polish, dust and … hey wait! things never get DIRTY in SL!!! (Enjah suddenly realizes this after four years of residency and climbs a flagpole in joy.)

  2. Sal: we only have your word on that matter and frankly, I think you may have found a way of disposing of griefers…

    Enj: So *that’s* what you meant when you said you were making a spoon! I did wonder but we got takign about bees 🙂

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