Dick and Dom to turn ‘da Bungalow’ set into PUB

Dick and Dom contemplate repurposing the iconic ‘da Bungalow’ set into a pub or tourist attraction, sparking enthusiastic responses from fans.
Dick and Dom are considering transforming the iconic 'da Bungalow' set into a pub or a themed tourist attraction. Fans are enthusiastic about the idea, suggesting various options, from a Willy Wonka-style theme park to an adult-themed pub with challenges from the show. Some advocate for preserving it as a part of TV history in a museum, while others propose bringing the show back on air for adults.
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Dick and Dom want to turn the famous ‘da Bungalow’ set into a PUB.

The kids TV duo BBC show was a huge hit between 2002 and 2006.

The pair – Richard McCourt and Dominic Wood – kept the backdrop to Dick & Dom in ‘da Bungalow.’

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Dick and Dom are considering transforming the iconic 'da Bungalow' set into a pub or a themed tourist attraction. Fans are enthusiastic about the idea, suggesting various options, from a Willy Wonka-style theme park to an adult-themed pub with challenges from the show. Some advocate for preserving it as a part of TV history in a museum, while others propose bringing the show back on air for adults.
‘Da Bungalow’ set. (Picture: Jam Press)

It has been in storage and it could be binned.

But the BAFTA-winning, children’s telly favourites want to now turn it into a boozer.

The other option would be to make it into a tourist attraction.

Dick and Dom are considering transforming the iconic 'da Bungalow' set into a pub or a themed tourist attraction. Fans are enthusiastic about the idea, suggesting various options, from a Willy Wonka-style theme park to an adult-themed pub with challenges from the show. Some advocate for preserving it as a part of TV history in a museum, while others propose bringing the show back on air for adults.
Dick and Dom. (Picture: Jam Press)

They said: “We’ve had the Bungalow tour set in storage but are about to get it scrapped.

“Who thinks we shouldn’t and get it turned into a Willy Wonka style theme park instead?

“Or a themed pub.”

Fans of the show were behind the move.

Jorjie Drakefield joked: “A pint here would cure my childhood trauma.”

Cher Floyd added: “A themed pub, you could do the challenges and games from the show.”

Social media comment on the post. (Picture: Jam Press)

Mia Harrison said: “This needs to be a bar one hundred percent.”

Altropa Belladona stated: “Just put Dick and Dom back on the air, but for adults.

“Everyone gets drunk, loads of swearing.”

Gemma Lye said: “Bring Dick and Dom in da Bungalow back, my kids would love to watch it and me of course, I miss it.”

Charlotte Smith said: “I think you should do it up like a museum for people to live out their childhood dream of being in the bungalow.”

Samantha Doherty added: “Don’t scrap it, this is a part of your guys history and many other people’s childhood.”

Social media comment on the post of Dick and Dom are considering transforming the iconic 'da Bungalow' set into a pub or a themed tourist attraction. Fans are enthusiastic about the idea, suggesting various options, from a Willy Wonka-style theme park to an adult-themed pub with challenges from the show. Some advocate for preserving it as a part of TV history in a museum, while others propose bringing the show back on air for adults.
Social media comment on the post. (Picture: Jam Press)

Joshua George Hopkins added: “Turn it into an experience like one of those escape rooms.”

Jack Copping stated: “A pub for sure but with 2002 to 2006 prices.”

Joshua Williams added: “You can’t scrap it, it’s iconic.

“It should be in a TV museum for people to see.

“Bring the bungalow back to prime time TV for adults.”

In the episodes, hosts Dick and Dom were joined by six children who would take part in a series of silly and messy games.

Dick and Dom are considering transforming the iconic 'da Bungalow' set into a pub or a themed tourist attraction. Fans are enthusiastic about the idea, suggesting various options, from a Willy Wonka-style theme park to an adult-themed pub with challenges from the show. Some advocate for preserving it as a part of TV history in a museum, while others propose bringing the show back on air for adults.
Dick and Dom. (Picture: Jam Press)

Dick and Dom now DJ at festivals across the UK, as reported by Need To Know.

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