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Large distinctive city centre pub; the original building was called The Peacock from 1770 and renamed The Londonderry in 1834. The current grade II listed building dates from 1901 and renamed back to the Peacock in 2017. There is a Sunderland Historic Buildings blue plaque on the wall of the pub.
The building is V shaped inside with long bar to the left and smaller lounges to the right. 4 handpulls offer up to 4 real ales . There is a pleasant outside seating area. Meals are served between noon and 7pm. There is a quiz every Thursday night . There is a pool table and there is a free pool evening ( 4pm-7pm) every Friday .
There is a music venue/event space on the first floor ( called Waves ) and recording studios on the second floor.
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