British pub signs are an artform in themselves. They're highly visual and often striking because historically they were designed to stand out to illiterate customers. Many public houses are centuries old and their names and signs reflect this. They're named after royalty, heraldry and historic events. Many of these are long forgotten and don't mean a lot to the customers of today.

Today, we're more likely to relate to battles, royalty, animals and objects from the world of TV and film. So if these screen-smashes were a reality, what pubs would be popping up across the UK? Here's a glimpse into what we think you'd find. Grab a drink, it's showtime at the bar!

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#1

Winnie The Pooh: The Hunney Pot

Winnie The Pooh: The Hunney Pot

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#2

Game Of Thrones: The Three Crowns

Game Of Thrones: The Three Crowns

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#3

E.t.: The Moon & Bicycle

E.t.: The Moon & Bicycle

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#4

Game Of Thrones: The Ned's Head

Game Of Thrones: The Ned's Head

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#5

Star Wars: The Cross Sabers

Star Wars: The Cross Sabers

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#6

Lord Of The Rings: The Golden Ring

Lord Of The Rings: The Golden Ring

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#7

Jaws: The Fisherman's Tale

Jaws: The Fisherman's Tale

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