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bigstu
09-02-2015, 06:45 PM
Sorry to start one of these random threads but does anyone know where I can watch the Rangers game in central London? I can obviously see which pubs have BT Sport on their website but that doesn't necessarily mean they'll show a random Scottish game on a Friday night. I'm down there at the weekend but don't want to miss seeing us beat the huns.

It's a long shot but any help would be appreciated.

London Hibs Supporters Club
09-02-2015, 06:55 PM
See this thread, Stu: http://www.hibs.net/showthread.php?297900-Quinn-s-Piano-Bar-(match)-Brasserie-(meal)-for-Huns-Match-13th-February-KO-19-45

Quinn's is located a two minute walk away from Camden

We are expecting quite a large turnout for this match and my advice is to get there early as the Piano Bar is limited to just over 70 seats. You might have to stand at the back if you turn up late.

Please note that if you plan to eat in the Brasserie afterwards, there is a semi-strict dress code. No trainers and shirts must have a collar.

See you on Friday :aok:

bigstu
10-02-2015, 12:17 AM
See this thread, Stu: http://www.hibs.net/showthread.php?297900-Quinn-s-Piano-Bar-(match)-Brasserie-(meal)-for-Huns-Match-13th-February-KO-19-45

Quinn's is located a two minute walk away from Camden

We are expecting quite a large turnout for this match and my advice is to get there early as the Piano Bar is limited to just over 70 seats. You might have to stand at the back if you turn up late.

Please note that if you plan to eat in the Brasserie afterwards, there is a semi-strict dress code. No trainers and shirts must have a collar.

See you on Friday :aok:

Sounds like a plan. Down for my mums 60th, my dad & i have managed to get out of watching Les Miserable (thank god!) so we can leave the mother & sister & head to your bar to watch the game. Will probably not do food as will sort something early on before their show. What sort of time will the bar start filling up do you think?

cheers

London Hibs Supporters Club
10-02-2015, 06:30 PM
Sounds like a plan. Down for my mums 60th, my dad & i have managed to get out of watching Les Miserable (thank god!) so we can leave the mother & sister & head to your bar to watch the game. Will probably not do food as will sort something early on before their show. What sort of time will the bar start filling up do you think?

cheers

From experience, any time around 7pm should see you just fine.

Word of advice - there's a bus strike on Friday and the Tube will be busier than normal. There is the odd bus running, but don't bank on catching one.

See you Friday :aok:

GGTTH

Sergey
11-02-2015, 04:45 PM
Good news - the planned bus strike by Unite on Friday has been called off and its normal service :aok:

Liberal Hibby
11-02-2015, 04:51 PM
For anyone not heading to town and based in SW London/north Surrey it's on at the Willoughby Arms (http://www.thewilloughbyarms.com/)in Kingston