The Purple Turtle is a lively DJ bar in the heart of Camden with a warm and friendly atmosphere. They offer a wide selection of cocktails and beers from all over the world, plus a fantastic line-up of entertainment from live acoustic music, DJs, market,to wild cabaret performances. Entry is free. Catering for private parties of up to 150 people is available upon request. They also have a cash machine and daily Happy Hour offers.
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Venue Details & Map
Purple Turtle Camden
61 - 65 Crowndale RoadCamdenLondonNW1 1TN
- +44 (0)20 7383 4976
- Public transport:
- Mornington Crescent, Underground
The Purple Turtle is an indie, grungy, rock bar. Boys in t-shirts, girls tattooed and in t-shirts share the floor. Beer and spirits are served over the bar at an average price. The décor is dark, grungy and what you would totally expect from an indie, rock bar.
This is a live music spot, and I was lucky to be entertained by a San Francisco rock quartet that tickled my fancy. It was energetic,...more
I like the Purple Turtle. But then, I like places that are a bit messed up and look like they're haven't been cleaned since 1982.
The Purple Turtle is one of those dark, grimy old places where the old smell of cigarette still seeps through the walls, and loads of bizarre looking characters find their way in there. But that's exactly why I like it. It has character.
The last time I was here...more
I'm not a huge fan of Camden even though i live there. It seems one big excuse not to wash and the Gothic fashion hasn't moved on since the 80's. The Purple Turtle also seems to be stuck in some time warp but for those that are looking for a night out watching new bands or the occasional burlesque show, then they could do worse than this place.
I recently came here for a friends show and was...more
Ahhh, the Purple Turtle.
I used to go here when I was living in London in 2003. Lots of my friends bands played there so I used to sit on rather comfortable chairs in the corner and drink...
It has that Camden vibe which I am not a 100% sure about. It's like a smelly, awkward 14 year old who wears HIM shirts. I'm not so into it - I've diversified but I remember those times with fondness,...more
I went to university in Reading, and the Purple Turtle was the only 'alternative' venue there. Consequently I basically lived there, and the place holds many happy memories for me. When i moved to London i was excited to sample the London branch of this bar, see if it had the same 'Cheers goes goth' feel of the Reading bar.
I was left wholeheartedly disappointed, but i guess this was always...more