The Three Stags gets a mention in the New York Times in an article about South London.
Near the IWM London of the Imperial War Museums, the Three Stags (67-69 Kennington Road; thethreestags.london) offers organic pub fare in a traditional British pub. About £20 (around $30) for a starter and main course without drinks.
"Not only are the herbs and vegetables served in the pub grown within a two‑mile radius of it; they are delivered by bicycle within an hour of having been plucked from the ground. Oh, and there’s a beehive on the roof."
A pub in South London has launched a 'piss poll' for all those interested in taking a stand in American politics. The gents toilets at the Three Stags pub in Lambeth now feature three giant heads of the Republican frontrunners, Ted Cruz, Donald Trump and Marco Rubio, with massive holes in their mouths and a urinal carefully placed in mouth.
The 'piss poll' is at the pub all week, and is part of the Channel 4 show The Last Leg – a staple of the Friday night satirical TV schedule. According to the pub's landlord, gamblers can choose which urinal to relieve themselves in and log their poll afterwards.
As the steady stream of campaign rhetoric continues, one British pub is offering people a different way to vote. With help from “The Last Leg” satire show, Three Stags in Kennington set up white porcelain voting booths on Friday and is encouraging drinkers to pee in a politically-minded way. Three urinals are decorated with cardboard images of Donald Trump, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz.
Each candidate’s mouth is open and ready to receive a warm spout of political opinion. After relieving themselves, piss poll participants can mark down their vote on a tally sheet.
Although most Londoners will not be able to vote in the American presidential primaries, a Lambeth pub has come up with a novel way for punters to show their support – or derision - by installing pictures of candidates in the toilets.
The images of the Republican front-runners are in facilities of The Three Stags in Kennington all week, as part of a "piss poll" for TV satire show The Last Leg. Since Friday customers have been able to choose whether to use the Donald Trump, Ted Cruz or Marco Rubio urinal, and log their vote on a tick sheet on the wall afterwards, with the votes due to be counted this Friday.
Anyone who wishes to relieve themselves without making a political statement can opt to use the normal urinals on either side instead.
The Three Stags pub in Lambeth, south London, might sound like an unlikely place for political posturing around American politics, but there's a pretty unequivocal statement on the Republican frontrunners in its toilets.
Head into the gents and you'll find three giant heads of Ted Cruz, Donald Trump and Marco Rubio, with huge holes in their mouths and a urinal carefully placed in each gob. Anyone who wants to use the facilities without making a statement on U.S. politics can relieve themselves at the more neutral conveniences on either side. The urinals are at the pub all week, as part of a "piss poll" for satirical TV show The Last Leg. Punters can choose which urinal to use and log their vote afterwards.
By this point, the Republican debates and general campaigning involving Donald Trump, Marko Rubio and Ted Cruz, have not only made you want to piss your pants from shock and horror, but you are also probably experiencing chronic diarrhea!
But I digress…now you can actually piss your way to freedom from mental torment by peeing into their mouths at a pub in South London which is somewhat aptly named the Three Stags Pub.
I’m on the beautiful island of Bali. Its daylight, the sun is still shining, I’m sitting in the front passenger seat of a 4x4 being driven at speed and I have a heavy coat over my head obscuring my vision completely and it’s stifling. I’m being forced to do this, it’s not to shield me from the sun, nor am I being kidnapped: I’m being taken voluntarily to an unknown destination that must be kept secret.
Chakra a Balinese environmentalist I’m funding projects with, invited me to meet an Englishwoman who has found a piece of land that is going to be a sanctuary for up to 35 abused children.
We met somewhere deep in the interior of Bali. I was the only Westerner in the 4 x 4 and so must have looked utterly ridiculous with a coat over my head sitting in the front passenger seat. I certainly felt it, as I held a conversation with the driver Natalia Perry. Founder of The Safe Childhoods Foundationwww.safechildhoods.org
I can’t go into any details of course but the coat was taken off the last mile as we arrived at the destination.