'Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell’ is staged where it was originally set

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'Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell’ is staged where it was originally set

For the very first time, the play ‘Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell’ is being staged where it was originally set at Norman’s Coach & Horses in Soho.

It follows a journalist who finds himself spending the night in his favourite pub after falling asleep in the bathroom.

Cold Feet’s Robert Bathurst is staring as Jeffrey Bernard in a run of performances which have been staged to raise awareness of the pubs threat of closure. 

In response: a spokesperson for Fuller, Smith & Turner, said:

The Coach & Horses is an amazing and historic pub in Soho and it should be one of the gems in our Managed Pubs & Hotels business. As a result, we will be making a significant financial investment in this fantastic site and bringing it back into our Managed Estate.
The Coach & Horses will outlive us all – and we intend to play a positive part in the next chapter of the pub’s history. We have a proven track record of preserving iconic pubs – and this will be no exception.

Jeffrey Bernard is Unwell is on from the 9th May to the 1st.

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