Swan at Shakespeare’s Globe


Located at the iconic Shakespeare’s Globe, the London location features great views of classic London sights, the Thames River and St Paul’s. Serving modern British food, they specialise in private events, weddings and dining for pre/post theatre events. Swan co-founder Diccon Wright is also the nephew of the late Theo Crosby, the architect who worked on the reconstruction of Shakespeare’s Globe at Bankside.

Swan in West Malling


Located in West Malling, Kent, Diccon Wright and Pete Cornwell invested £1 million to refurbish the pub and restore its original features in 1998. Since then, The Swan, West Malling has become a Michelin listed brassiere that has been serving fine seasonal British cuisine and is now one of the top restraurants in the area.


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Diccon Wright and partners are working on a complete refurbishment of the Grade II listed pub, formerly known as the Lobster Pot – located also in West Malling, Kent. The menu will have a strong modern Italian influence and include home-cured meats, freshly-made pasta and sourdough pizzas from an authentic wood burning oven.

About Diccon Wright

Christopher Diccon Wright is a restaurateur and property specialist who has established and grown successful operations in the UK and Mediterranean. He has also worked on a consultancy and advisory basis for a wide range of food and property clients.