The actual pubs, actually seen in movies, that you can still actually visit.
It’s taken a lot of research and we’ve settled on 8 English pubs that have featured in well-known movies. The criteria is that they had to have a starring role in the movie, and be seen from the outside. Importantly, they all had to be pubs that are still open and you can actually have a pint in. It was amazing to find how many pubs had closed down (it was a lot), when researching this poster, or the outside didn’t match the inside, or match the location of the film etc.
We feel this is a well-balanced set of pubs and movies set in England, and we hope you enjoy looking at it as much as we did putting it together.
It’s got a map too…
Those pubs in full
- The Victoria Comet – The Victoria Comet, Get Carter
- The Crown – The King Henry, Withnail and I
- The Wilbury – The World’s End, The World’s End
- The Beehive – The Horse and Groom, Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
- The Crown At Wells – The Crown at Sandford, Hot Fuzz
- The Kings Arms – The Lucky Boatman, Four Weddings and a Funeral
- The White Horse – The White Horse, The Holiday
- The Ramsholt Arms – The Ramsholt Arms, Yesterday
Great in any room
Celebrate our famous historic pubs with this poster dedicated to the humble public house. Enjoy seeing the buildings in detailed miniature, with this bespoke tonal print. Decorate your man cave with this unique poster. It’ll look great in any office, games room, outbuilding or garage. It’s original and you’ll be the envy of your mates. Infact, its tonal range will fit with most colours in any room of the house, and will be a great statement piece.
This exclusive fine art poster is printed in full colour on smooth 225gsm Matt Photo Paper. A true multi layered photo grade paper offering the widest colour gamut and very high ink loads & gives an outstanding photographic reproduction. Printed using UV stable solvent inks so they can withstand direct sunlight.
This frame size is surprisingly rare, compared to what you would usually find on the High Street, hence the increased costs involved. However, it look s truly stunning as it neatly ‘hugs’ the print. It’s a lightweight and slimline black aluminium material, with a slight sheen to set off the print perfectly. The front is perspex glass.
The print is delivered to you, carefully rolled in a hard cardboard tube.