Ye Olde Bulls Head Inn
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Charles Dickens' great-great grandson at Ye Olde Bulls Head

The great-great grandson of Charles Dickens is to return to the Anglesey inn which his famous relative once savaged for its food more than 150 years ago.

Charles Dickens visited Ye Olde Bulls Head in Beaumaris in 1859, when he was a reporter for the London Evening News.

Dickens gave the food at the inn a scathing critique.

Here, an actor voices Dickens' original review, before Radio Wales' Oliver Hides speaks to Gerald Charles Dickens, who will appear at the pub and perform readings from famous Dickens novels on Tuesday.

  • 06 Nov 2012
  • From the section Wales