The George Inn is famous as a coaching stop over during the 17th century and mentioned by Dickens in 'Little Dorrit', this pub is London's only surviving galleried coaching inn and is owned by the National Trust. Great beer garden, real ales and traditional pub food menu.
Bankside was the home of William Shakespeare and the place where his most famous works were once created and performed. This April marks the 400th anniversary of his death and Bankside will be celebrating his legacy with a series of special events.
The George Inn will be getting involved with a specially staged performance:
FOR ALL TIME by Rick Thomas
It's 1613 and two men meet in a room above a Southwark pub to complete a play they are writing. These two characters happen to be William Shakespeare and John Fletcher. FOR ALL TIME asks questions about Shakespeare's life, Fletcher's domestic arrangements and which is the best pub in London!
Produced by; Southwark Playhouse, Fletcher Productions, Fletcher in Rye CIC and The Rye Arts Festival.
Performances run between 22 April - 1 May at 8pm. Matinee on 23 April at 2pm.
Tickets £15, £12.50 concessions or £30 meal deal.