The Dublin Castle is a pub in Camden famous for its live music. It opened in 1856 and originally served the Irish community and Irish engineers working on the nearby railways. It gained prominence in the late 1970's when Madness (known at the time as The Camden Invaders) performed a residency there which helped to establish their career. It became a popular venue in the 90's for Britpop bands such as Blur and Amy Winehouse performed regularly and also helped serve drinks at the bar.
I've enjoyed a few great nights there watching up and coming bands and it's nice to see that something good has survived the gentrification of Camden Town.
A3 ( 29 x 42 cm) (50 of 50 left)
A2 ( 42 x 59 cm) (10 of 10 left)
The Dublin Castle, Camden
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