Less than a week after landing in Nottingham's Hopkinsons coffeehouse and antique shop for the first time, documentary filmmaker Louis Theroux once again posed for more pictures with his staff.

The investigative journalist and presenter walked past the counter of Hops Coffee House and Bar on Station Street on Monday, March 25, his second visit within a week. Rock & # 39; devil horns.

Most recently, he was on the premises on Tuesday, March 19, when he was described by the staff as "very friendly and curious".

Conveniently he compares the bar with Brooks in Brooklyn. He was shown around the building, including the Antique Center, where he announced that he was visiting the city as part of his latest documentary. Later that afternoon he had an interview scheduled.

It's the filmmakers' second trip within a week to Hops Coffee House and Bar at Station Street in Nottingham
It's the filmmakers' second trip within a week to Hops Coffee House and Bar at Station Street in Nottingham

Speaking to NottinghamshireLive, Hop's manager Frazer Wilson said, "We showed him around the building and he told us how he was traveling around the country for his latest documentary with an interview scheduled this afternoon, but I was already there sworn to secrecy on this issue. "

The group left shortly after Mike was miking to start filming.

It's the filmmakers' second trip within a week to Hops Coffee House and Bar at Station Street in Nottingham
It's the filmmakers' second trip within a week to Hops Coffee House and Bar at Station Street in Nottingham

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