There have been some legendary nights out at this place. Especially since Tristan and Kate came (with their art and laughing gas!) and brought their friendly vibe - that great guy would be Tristan encouraging people to come out to play. Check out the New Cross Boutique next to the Inn where he is now.
New Cross Inn was definitely Art Rock Central from 2006 to the end of 2008 with NME hailing...more
This place is so much fun it is a real shame that not a lot more attention and time is invested into it. And they used to sell laughing gas on special club nights. That really became a problem.
It is dark and dingy in there so it really is not the best place to hang out in the day, unless you want to sit on one of the big sofas and have one of their special big sarnies. They are good. Drinks...more
One of New Cross' more prominent venues for seeing live music.
Located bang in the middle of New Cross, the Inn sits in the imposing shadow of neighbouring club The Venue. Luckily the two places are in every other way worlds apart.
The New Cross Inn attracts a young often studenty crowd through it's doors. The music is varied and as with all places sometimes hit or miss but ultimately...more
AWFUL. Really really awful. I'm used to dingy rock venues. I'll even seek out the dingiest rock venues. The sad thing is, if this place was in Camden it'd make a fortune.
It's directly opposite Goldsmiths. But even they weren't drinking in here on a Thursday. I can see why. J Green is right, it's not the Amersham Arms so I imagine everyone was in there.
The area isn't nice, the bar is...more
The New Cross Inn was for a while the central live music venue of New Cross, recently put onto the shadow of the Amersham Arms opened by the owners of the Camden Lock Tavern. It definitely has a more low key, artsy vibe but for me this is to its advantage as everyone knows the best rock and roll can be found in the dingiest, sweatiest corners of London.
Drinks are cheap and the atmosphere...more