Camden's The Dublin Castle was a second home to Madness in the 70s. Since then the pub has helped launch Britpop and become a haven for London's indie kids. If you like your gigs, you will love The Dublin Castle, where you can see up-and-coming bands play seven nights a week.
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94 Parkway, Camden, London, NW1 7AN
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+44 (0)20 7485 1773
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The Dublin Castle
94 ParkwayCamdenLondonNW1 7AN
- +44 (0)20 7485 1773
- Public transport:
- Camden Town, Underground
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The Dublin Castle is the best of the pub/music venues I've been to whilst watching my sister's band play across London. It's true, it's not up against a whole lot of competition: the bars in these places tend to serve a few mainstream, commercial lagers, some soft drinks and a cider or two. The stage for the music at best is a small room at the back and worst, a small strip of floor at one end...more
Great live music venue and bar in Camden, grungy & raw, makes you feel like you're 16 again!
A pub and live music venue in Camden Town, I stumbled upon this place as I was meeting some friends for some post gig/birthday beers. It was £3 to enter, but it was 11pm on a Friday night and there were some bands playing, so I am guessing if you arrive earlier there won't be an entry charge, we weren't going to watch any of the bands though, so we paid £3 for the privilege of just ordering a...more
Saw my mates band Violet Youth play there 22 April. Great night, great atmosphere, reasonably priced booze for London.
Just good fun with rough edges and decent crowdmore
stumbling along camden highstreet after a few shots of tequila, whiskey and a few pints of beer to wash it down, the dublin castle seems like a great option.
the first thing that gets you is the red. blimey that place is red. so red I want to paint it black.
we sit at a table and order more shots to add to our drunken stupor. we make observations and statement on life that seem so beautiful...more