Shakespeares Head: "English Pub: Shakespeares Head" Shakespeare's Head Tip by pieter_jan_v
Shakespeare's Head, London: 7 reviews and 13 photos
Shakespeares Head is a small pub that can seat 50 people. With fair weather there is outside seating as well. The building was constructed in 1735 and owned by Thomas & John Shakespeare, who were distant relatives of the poet. The pub sign is a reproduction of Martin Droeshouts' portrait of Shakespeare. On the first floor corner a Shakespeare's life size bust is located with one hand missing; a result of a WWII bomb that exploded nearby.
Address: 29 Gt. Marlborough St, Soho - London W1F 7HZ
Directions: Just before Carnaby Street.
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