Our games are hidden in the depths of the best pubs in London and Brighton, including The World’s End in Brighton, People’s Park Tavern in East London, The Four Thieves in South London, The Hope Pub in Central London, St James of Bermondsey and The Depot in North London. Take a look through the venues to find out more or get directions.
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Not only do you get to have a laugh trying to win Lady Chastity’s wine, you can also enjoy VR gaming, a multiplayer RC track and retro gaming arcades in vibrant Brighton’s most playful pub.
The World’s End
60-61 London road, Brighton, East Sussex BN1 4JE
4 minute walk from Brighton station.
The Four Thieves Pub
51 Lavender Gardens, London, SW11 1DJ
5 minutes from Clapham Junction station. 14 minutes from Clapham Common tube on the Northern Line. Parking available.
Poppa Plock’s workshop is based at this the newly opened venue, neighboured with the Pleasance Fringe theatre. The Depot accommodates groups of all sizes, offering a seasonal menu, craft keg beers and local ales.
The Depot Pub
1 Carpenter’s Mews, North Road, London, N7 9EF
4 minutes from Caledonian Road tube, one stop from Kings Cross station. Parking available.
A cracking pub situated right on Victoria Park. Once you’ve finished playing Lady Chastity (capacity 6 people) why not relax in the amazing hacienda beer garden.
The People’s Park Tavern Pub
360 Victoria Park Rd, London E9 7BT
10 minutes from Bethnal Green tube, or Homerton overground station. Near the Olympic park. Parking available.
This premium establishment continues a traditional service with a fantastic range of local cask ales and craft beers, as well as a dedicated gin bar and 100% British pies from Pieminister.
The Hope pub
94 Cowcross Street, Smithfields, London, EC1M 6BH
2 minutes from Farringdon train/tube station (Metropolitan/ Circle/ Hammersmith & City line). 5 minutes from Chancery lane tube (Central line)
St James of Bermondsey
72 St James’s Road, Bermondsey, London, SE16 4QZ
5 minute walk from Bermondsey tube station (Jubilee Line). 15 minutes walk from South Bermondsey train station (Overground). Parking available.
A stones throw from the beach on trendy Ship Street this 200 year old pub made its refurbished debut last year. The Walrus is now one of the coolest new pubs on the scene.
The Walrus, Brighton
10 Ship Street The Lanes, Brighton, BN1 1AD
In the heart of Brighton’s Lanes and a 10-minute cab ride from Brighton mainline station.