Only Fools and Horses themed pub coming to the UK with pints that cost just 83p

Fans of iconic TV show Only Fools and Horses will be excited to hear that the ultimate fan experience is coming to the UK.

To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the hit TV show, fans of the sitcom will get the chance to have a drink at a reconstructed The Nag's Head pub, according to MyLondon.

What's even better is that you can enjoy a pint at the bargain 1980s price of 83p.

Visitors will be able to live out their favourite TV moments at the pop-up pub.

They've even have the chance of winning a special prize at the Only Fools and Horses quiz.

Located in Farringdon, London, The Nag's Head will be open for just two days in September, on Friday 3 and Saturday 4, between 12pm to 9pm.

Tickets for a table of up to four people for 45 minutes are free, however visitors will need to apply for a table online.

The event is part of the TV network Gold’s 40th anniversary celebrations of one of the UK’s most-loved shows.

Actor John Challis, who played car dealer Boycie in the show, announced back in March that BBC sadly has no plans to mark the show’s 40th anniversary later this year.

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Speaking to The Sun, John said: “I spoke to David just a couple of days ago, actually, on the phone. He had rung up about something.

“With the 40th anniversary of Only Fools And Horses coming up, there’s a lot going on and a lot of people throwing stuff our way, asking us to do stuff. So we’ve had discussions about what would be a good thing to do.”

He was then asked whether the BBC had been in touch with any plans to mark the anniversary, to which he said: “I haven’t heard anything.

“I would think there would be something going on, I don’t know how they would do it. But I haven’t heard anything at the moment from the BBC. I’d have thought it must be terribly proud of the show.

“It has sold in a lot of places all over the world, it’s very popular. So you’d have thought the BBC would want a great celebration for it, but who knows what’s going to happen.”

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