North London watering hotel Boston Music Room began life in 1884 as a community centre. Since then it’s been a cinema, swimming pool, boxing hall and dance venue, surviving two world wars and a fire to become a celebrated music hub. Bands to have performed at the venue (including adjoining sister venue Dome) over the years include Madness, The White Stripes, Blur, U2, Florence & The Machine, and Cradle of Filth. Since re-opening in 2013 after a hiatus of nearly a decade it continues to promote up-and-coming and hot talent coming out of the UK and overseas, from prog-rock and punk to metal and pop-rock.
Venue Details & Map
Boston Music Rooms at the Boston Arms
178 Junction RoadLondonN19 5QQ
- +44 (0)20 7272 8153
- Public transport:
- Tufnell Park, Underground
Top 5 reviews of Boston Music Rooms at the Boston Arms
Not the worst place by any means it just couldn't be further from my scene.
We had dinner at Pizza East Kentish Town and left around 0015. I had looked on yelp and there was a place called aces & eights nearby that sounded decent. It was however packed and there was a cover charge etc so we instead ended up at the Boston Arms across the road.
Our group single-handedly brought down the... more
Absolute dive. It says a lot about a place when you've only entered when you've had to many in the first place.
Ruff locals and guaranteed a fight on a Friday night. Avoid at all costs more
Ok i agree with everybody that this is not the best pub ever but come on!! You can understand from the outside that is a low pub level, don't complain! ;)
The first impression i had from the outside was "maaan, it's closed!"
Instead, we found out was open and we entered. It is a stereotype pub, i am sorry to say that, but in people imaginary a pub is the place where beer iz super cheap, old... more
Great place to watch the football with your dad and catch over a drink. Yes will find old Irish men in there but it is a pub in what used to be an Irish area. Prices are very reasonable. If reviewers don't like working class people I would suggest they go to coffee bar and not a pub. more
I came to the Boston Arms to watch one of the early season football games, which kicked off at midday. I had cycled there but it is diagonally opposite Tufnell Park. Outside it didn't look promising as it seemed shut but once instead there was a huge number of chairs, tables and screens, pretty much everything you would need to watch the football.
The pub seemed to be the centre of the local... more