Located right in the centre of the exuberant Columbia Road, The Royal Oak is Bethnal Green’s best loved pub located right next to the bustling Columbia Road Sunday flower market. This East London pub has been used as a filming location for several TV series and movie scenes such as both Kray twins' films, the 1998 film Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and the 90’s sitcom Goodnight Sweetheart.
The Royal Oak is named from when King Charles II fled the Roundheads after his defeat at the Battle of Worcester in 1651. To evade Cromwell’s troops, Charles found a large oak tree and hid in its branches for a day. The tale captured the public imagination and when he later returned as King Charles II on the Restoration in 1660, many pubs were renamed The Royal Oak in his honour. Instead of being regarded as a symbol of defeat, the Royal Oak came to represent defiance and loyalty to the kingdom.
7 colour screen print, edition of 50, printed onto Heritage White 315 gsm paper.
- Dimensions: 300 x 400mm
- Edition of 50
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