Only Fools And Horses
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Only Fools And Horses

The popular English sitcom Only Fools and Horses has made its West End debut at the Royal Haymarket theater. Written by Jim Sullivan, son of the maker and writer of the show John Sullivan, together with comedian Paul Whitehouse!

Only Fools and Horses revolves around Del Boy Trotter, an ambitious market vendor from Peckham, who was constantly preparing plans to make it. Only Fools and Horses, which was on TV for ten years in succession from 1981 to 1991, was voted the most popular sitcom in Great Britain in a 2003 BBC survey. One episode of Only Fools and Horses still has the record for the most-watched episode of a British sitcom of all time with a viewing audience of more than 24 million.

How to get there

Piccadilly Circus, Charing Cross
Haymarket Charles II Street (Stop P): 12, 88, 159, 453 Charles II Street (Stop U): 94
Charles II Street, Pall Mall East
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