Formerly The Barfly, this corner venue has been a Camden institution for years, welcoming Coldplay, Franz Ferdinand and Bombay Bicycle Club among the many bands who’ve played early London gigs here. It was a popular hangout during the Britpop and grunge years, doubtless due to its loud, post-band DJ sets and late licence. It’s recently been taken over by The Columbo Group and relaunched as the Camden Assembly.
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Chalk Farm Road
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Jangly Yorkshire indie-pop funksters.Rock and indie Sunday October 2 2016Read more
Former Supergrass drummer Danny Goffey performs solo indie material.Rock and indie Tuesday October 11 2016 - Wednesday December 14 2016Read more
Barb Wire Dolls
The Greek grunge-rock band performs in support of its album Desperate.Rock and indie Wednesday October 12 2016Read more
Five-piece rock and pop outfit from Ireland.Rock and indie Saturday October 22 2016Read more
Mellifluous reggae-soulster Natty headlines.Reggae and dancehall Thursday December 1 2016Read more
The Leeds-based five-piece band plays alternative rock.Rock and indie Friday December 2 2016Read more
The band plays indie rock with support from Paper Circus, Atlantic Rising and DDs.Rock and indie Monday December 12 2016Read more
Hardcore punk is the stock-in-trade of this Hemel Hempstead-based quintet.Punk and metal Sunday December 18 2016Read more
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It sounds awesomely legendary,even though I've never ever been there,I eagerly look forward to the ascension,indeed...
Some say Barfly should be my nickname. That's just unfair. However I would not mind being named after this GREAT Camden hideout. Unremarkable pub downstairs, awesome music room upstairs. In the last year I have seen two amazing acts here and a few that don't quite live up to that billing. Blackberry Smoke - over from the USA were outstanding. A real raw Lynard Skynard sounding dirty down south outfit that should break through to the big time any day now. The second (pictured) was Jeannine Barry who I had seen at Borderline and C2C. She nailed it at Barfly. Check her out on http://www.jeanninebarry.com . Looking forward to my next visit to Barfly.