Camden's The Dublin Castle was a second home to Madness in the 1970s. 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.
Venue Details & Map
The Dublin Castle
94 ParkwayLondonNW1 7AN
- +44 (0)20 7485 1773
- Public transport:
- Camden Town, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The Dublin Castle
This was a nice friendly pub. One of the best, if not the best, in Camden. Good beers and it shows the football. I know it's known for its bands but there wasn't one on when I was there. Easy to find - 3 mins walk from the tube. more
Good pub for a drink. Went on a Sunday so not busy or any band playing. Will definitely try on a busier night more
A Camden Town music pub institution that's been around for ever. Lots of big names played here when they were starting out. They have bands every night and reasonable cover charge and friendly staff. The pub in the front is OK and crowded but at the back there's a decent music space. Nice and intimate so you can get up close. Nothing like live music, a bit raw and unproduced and that's why... more
Scruffy and original venue that I'm surprised still exists in London, long live Dublin Castle. Good prices for beer and a sweaty little venue out back of the pub. TV's for sports up on the walls too. more
Dublin Castle is a live music venue, something more of an Irish pub rather than your typical British place. I've been there a few times with attending the live music sessions in mind.
Historically, this particular venue was the inflection point in the destiny of many famous British pop bands. For example, it was the first major gig of: Madness, Blur or Amy Winehouse. Amy in particular was a... more