Designing Worlds pays a visit to New Babbage – what could possibly go wrong?

3/26/12  at 2:59 AM
Designing Worlds poster for the New Babbage Show
Join us today, Monday 26th March at 2pm SLT in our beautiful studio in Garden of Dreams when we will be showing an exciting show to mark our return to New Babbage.

Of course, in the past there have been problems when we visited New Babbage. There was that unpleasant business in the tunnels under the old Asylum. And, of course, there was that murder at the Burlesque - two murders, actually. And we shouldn't forget our encounter with the Dark Mer in the waters off New Babbage. Or what happened when Elrik was mistaken for Sherlock Holmes. And, of course, most recently, how we were fortunately on hand to prevent the attempt to steal the New Babbage Christmas presents ... admittedly it was a little unfortunate that we allowed the urchins to steal them instead ...

But this time we are sure that nothing could possibly go wrong!

Piermont Landing in Wheatstone Waterways, New Babbage, photograph by Wildstar Beaumont

 We'll be visiting Mrs Breezy Carver Fabre as she prepares for one of her fabulous Balls in the gorgeous Piermont Landing. We'll be exploring this great build and hearing some of the stories that lie behind it.

And, if we're very lucky, perhaps we'll be so fortunate as to see the fabulous Carver diamonds too!

The rooftop ballroom at Piermont Landing, photograph by Wildstar Beaumont

It makes for a fascinating show – so do come and join us there at 2pm! And we are asking our guests to dress appropriately - Victorian or steampunk clothing if you can!

Or – if you can’t attend in person – tune in at 2pm SLT on Monday for the live show on http://treet.tv/live – where you can now chat with other audience members and even some of the participants during the show – or catch it later in the week on our shows page on the Treet.tv web site at http://treet.tv/shows/designingworlds – our very own version of the iPlayer!

A View of New Babbage, photograph by Wildstar Beaumont

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