Thirsty Bear

There is a roomy throw towards the rear of the pub by the left hand side door – which was being used on each of my last two visits in 2022 and 2023. This seems like a great place to escape an accidental visit to the South Bank during the school half-term.

Been to this pub?

Tell us when you last played there, so we know the board is still up – and do leave any interesting (clean!) stories while you’re at it.

1 Comment

  1. Lee Johnson

    Played in the Thirsty Bear – 27 April 2016.

    The board is pretty wobbly and is easily spun out of alignment when retrieving your darts. It’s also something of a curious height and the metal strip that denotes the oche is a bit too far away from the board. There is also a table that backs onto the oche which can make for a rather cramped throwing position.

    The pub is pretty quiet during the day so a game is usually guaranteed. So, despite the minus points, an ok place to play.


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