Join us in our Northpoint studio at 2pm SLT today, Monday 4th April as we visit the fantastic Fantasy Faire.
If you’ve been reading the Prim Perfect (or Primgraph) blog over the last week or some, you will have seen posts by Beq Janus about the Fantasy Faire, the event taking place in Second Life in support of Relay for Life. If you haven’t seen those posts, you might want to start with the overview here.
Today Designing Worlds will be visiting the Faire and sharing with you some of the amazing regions that make up the Faire! So prepare for fantastic elven woodlands, for lakes of chocolate, for delicately texture dark mysteries, for seas that lure mermaids, and for steampunk fantasies beyond your wildest dreams! And we’ll be learning all about the Faire and the entertainments that it is offering for visitors, as well as about how the hunt has achieved its wonderful, magical appearance – and about some of the designers who have worked so hard to make it happen.
We won’t have time to show you all the regions – but you will be able to see some awesome photos, taken by the talented Mr PJ Trenton, of the Faire as a whole.
And don’t forget that Saffia is a wanted woman at the Faire today! Rumour has it that she’ll be in jail there from 4 – 5 pm SLT … raising Lindens for Relay for Life to buy her way out. And there’s even rumours that there’s a second kiosk, where you can pay to make sure that she stays IN jail!
The Designing Worlds show starts at 2pm SLT, but you should be in our Northpoint studios by 1.30pm at the very latest to make sure of getting a seat. And we’re asking that this week our audience come (low-lag) dressed for a trip to the Faire, because after the show we will be inviting them to join us in Nemo Revisited to admire the beauties of the Faire for themselves!
Or – if you can’t attend in person – tune in at 2pm SLT on Monday for the live show – 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.