The King's Head serves Indian and English dishes and can cater for private parties for up to 300 people upon request. There is also a theatre located on the premises.
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115 Upper Street, Islington, London, N1 1QN
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The Kings Head Theatre
115 Upper Street
- +44 (0)20 7226 0364
- Public transport:
- Essex Road
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Just moved to London, bored and unemployed, I dragged my exhausted primary school teaching fiancé out for a pint on a Friday. The universe was kind and Werewolf Barmitzvah was performing --totally our kind of music (The Beatles to James Brown to Santana to the Arctic Monkeys) and we enjoyed it a lot.
It was packed but with a friendly crowd and good bartenders. And reasonably priced...more
We went here on a whim. Because my friend does not favor the underground we hired a taxi. Islington was a fair distance from the Westminster area of London so we were happy to get a direct ride there.
It was a small bar with a various concoction of seating from old theater seating to stools and even seating on a small stage.
We delighted in our conversation with the men and women who made...more
This is such a fantastic venue - particularly if you enjoy live music and theatre as it offers both and at great prices!
In the pub, there's a great atmosphere and friendly service from the bar staff and the prices are good for Islington which for the past few years has become one of the places to be and is often far too overpriced. The layout is warm and welcoming and there's usually a...more
Is it a bar?
Is it a music venue?
Is it a theatre?
It's all three and more! The King's Head is one of my favoured Upper Street hang outs.
Eclectic mix of live music many nights a week, reasonably priced beverages, generally the clientele is not too rambunctious plus if you are a little thespian-inclined, squeeze up on the floor in front of the little stage out back for a cosy bit of...more
I have been here a couple of times to get a drink and also watch the opera version of Edgar Allan Poe's the Raven. Yes, this little pub has a tiny theatre space in the back where they perform operas and other great performances. The pub is also really cosy with big chairs and a fire place as well as a little space for bands to perform. The only thing I didn't like was that when being in the...more