|...the Slug and Lettuce at the end of the street ...|
Wyona put me on assignment.
I was to check out the prices of Singing in the Rain, one of London’s newest musicals.
Yesterday I checked at the theatre box office.
They have 18 obstructed or slightly obstructed views for £25 each.
Those are sold on a first-come, first-served basis, two tickets per person, and if there are more than ten people in the line-up, then don’t bother waiting.
I checked at Leicester Square as well, and the tickets for this show are regular price there.
|... looking toward the main door of the M&M store ...|
The fact that its mirror image was caught in the walls of the building to the left was on my mind and I walked down to see if this was a heritage building.
Perhaps someday it will be that. Right now it is a restaurant called The Slug and Lettuce.
So I looked to see what commercial ventures were in the new building -- and yes, an M&M store with every product a person could want to purchase -- all with the trademark of M&M.
Even the trash can on wheels that keeps the plaza in front of it clean, has M & M on it.
It took me quite a while to figure out -- no, the trash cans belong to MacDonalds, also on the same square.
|... running flights in the M&M Store ...|
So ... here it is ... the architecture of a new store.
|... M&M's Pic n Mix ...|
When you go inside a clerk offers you a basket, net sides with a solid bottom and the size of a bushel.
“What grandma would set her grandchildren out in that store and tell them to fill that basket,” I thought.
But I saw a little girl who was up to the task, her grandmother happily following along with her wallet.
|... payments at this carousel, please ...|
There are pictures on a stairway wall that would be good places to take snapshots to remind one of London.
Or perhaps get your picture taken alongside of this medieval M&M.
I was alone, so no photo ops for me.