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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Purple Turtle Camden
61 - 65 Crowndale RoadCamdenLondonNW1 1TN
- +44 (0)20 7383 4976
- Public transport:
- Mornington Crescent, Underground
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This is London but there aren't enough venues with good stages and great lighting / sound. No wonder I am so glad to see The Purple Turtle revamped as a place to have a really great Camden Town experience with mates.more
Oh, the nostalgia of every Sunday evening that I used to spend here. Even though it's in Mornington Crescent, it's still where most of Camden spills over on the weekends. You can have a quiet pint in the afternoon, but be prepared for loud music in the evening.more
I've been here several times. The crowd varies from night to night based on the bands playing. I was in town, coincidentally, on a night when my friends band, Cinema Strange (from California) was playing. I bumped into a lot of friends (also from California) who were now living in the UK or elsewhere in Europe. Fun night! The venue is pretty cool, the sound is good, the stage is a good size...more
.....Hang on... is 1996 all over again?
Everyone seems really "cool and nonchalant" - Check
It's 90% guys in here - check
There's a band playing (not so) new wave punk on the stage - check
All the girls have the kind of tattoos I could only dream of having - Check!
Tin says does it what... or something..
I enjoyed it so much I tried to start a 2 man slam pit with Aamon, yeah Rawk and Rooool!!more
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