What’s on at the Coach & Horses

With the summer upon us, we can’t wait to start soaking up some sunshine in the best beer garden in Barnes!

September 19th 2020 - October 4th 2020

British Food Fortnight

Celebrate the best of British food with us from 19th September to the 4th October. Our talented Head Chef uses only the very best of local, seasonal, British produce in our delicious dishes. Whether it's one of our juicy, chin dribbling burgers or one of our resident British classics we have something for everyone!

WHAT WE'VE BEEN UP TO

September 2nd 2020 | 6.00PM - 8.00PM

Macbeth at the Garden

We are delighted to have Shadow Road Productions return to The Coach & Horses, Barnes performing 'Macbeth'.
Shadow Road brings you the condensed Fireside Folktales version of this widely-studied Shakespeare classic that retells the old story of the 11th Century Scottish King and examines the physical and psychological damage done by political ambition, both to those who seek power for its own sake and to those who get in their way…

This electrifying new adaptation of Shakespeare’s infamous tragedy features a small amount of original material, but nevertheless remains true to its source, both in tone and content.
Special offers and family tickets are available. In order to ensure that social distancing guidelines are adhered to, ticket numbers will be limited and audience members seated in household groups, each an appropriate distance from any others.
All tickets purchased in a single order will be assumed to belong to the same household and seated accordingly. Should your group include more than one household, please purchase the tickets in two separate orders.

September 3rd 2020 | 5.30PM - 6.00PM

Aesop's Fables: The Harvest Festival

Three of Aesop’s classic fables – The Ants & The Grasshopper, The Fox & The Stork and The Hare & The Tortoise – have been woven together into this delightful, funny and engaging play for children of all ages.

Harvest time is nearly here and there’s still so much work for the animals to do to make sure they will last through the winter. Can they put their disagreements aside and get the job done in time for the festival?

September 3rd 2020 | 6.45PM - 7.30PM

Persephone & The Pomegranate Seeds

There are many versions of the classic Greek myth that explains how the seasons came to be – this is ours!

Learn how close the goddess Demeter came to destroying the world when her beloved daughter Persephone was stolen away by Hades, the lord of the Underworld – and how Zeus and Hermes searched for a solution that everyone could live with. Were they successful? You’ll have to see the show to find out…

September 4th 2020 | 12.00PM - 10.00PM

National Fish and Chip Day

Don't flounder the opportunity to celebrate fish & chips, one of the UK's most beloved traditional dishes on 4th September. We serve our Young's beer battered cod with triple cooked chips, mushy peas, tartare sauce and the all important lemon wedge. Book your spot now for the best Fish and Chips in Barnes!

September 7th 2020 | 5.30PM - 6.00PM

Aesop's Fables: The Harvest Festival

Three of Aesop’s classic fables – The Ants & The Grasshopper, The Fox & The Stork and The Hare & The Tortoise – have been woven together into this delightful, funny and engaging play for children of all ages.
Harvest time is nearly here and there’s still so much work for the animals to do to make sure they will last through the winter. Can they put their disagreements aside and get the job done in time for the festival?

September 7th 2020 | 6.45PM - 7.30PM

Persephone & The Pomegranate Seeds

There are many versions of the classic Greek myth that explains how the seasons came to be – this is ours!

Learn how close the goddess Demeter came to destroying the world when her beloved daughter Persephone was stolen away by Hades, the lord of the Underworld – and how Zeus and Hermes searched for a solution that everyone could live with. Were they successful? You’ll have to see the show to find out…

September 10th 2020 | 6.00PM - 8.00PM

Macbeth At The Garden

We are delighted to have Shadow Road Productions return to The Coach & Horses, Barnes performing 'Macbeth.'

Shadow Road brings you the condensed Fireside Folktales version of this widely-studied Shakespeare classic that retells the old story of the 11th Century Scottish King and examines the physical and psychological damage done by political ambition, both to those who seek power for its own sake and to those who get in their way…

This electrifying new adaptation of Shakespeare’s infamous tragedy features a small amount of original material, but nevertheless remains true to its source, both in tone and content.

Special offers and family tickets are available. In order to ensure that social distancing guidelines are adhered to, ticket numbers will be limited and audience members seated in household groups, each an appropriate distance from any others.
All tickets purchased in a single order will be assumed to belong to the same household and seated accordingly. Should your group include more than one household, please purchase the tickets in two separate orders.

Please be advised that Young’s only sells tickets for events through our official partner DesignMyNight, using their online event ticketing software Tonic – any tickets presented from other event ticketing providers will not be accepted.

OPENING TIMES

  • Monday - Wednesday 11am - 10pm
  • Thursday - Saturday 11am - 10pm
  • Sunday 12pm - 10pm

Food service hours

  • Monday - Saturday 12pm - 9pm
  • Sunday 12pm - 9pm

Talk to one of our friendly team about making a booking by calling us on the number below.

020 8876 2695