Dingwalls (Lock 17)

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Venue details

  • Address:

    Dingwalls (Lock 17) Camden Lock, Chalk Farm Road
    Camden Town
    NW1 8AB

  • Venue phone:

    020 7428 0010

  • Venue website:


  • Transport:

    Tube: Camden Town/Chalk Farm

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    1. Dingwalls (Lock 17)
      • Camden Lock, Chalk Farm Road
        Camden Town
        NW1 8AB
      • 020 7428 0010
      • www.dingwalls.com
      • 51.541103,-0.146999

What's on at Dingwalls (Lock 17)



Colin Stetson

Avant-jazz and free-jazz, Post-classical

Solo saxophonist and multi-reedist Stetson returns to London after a successful two-day stint at Café Oto. He's played with Arcade Fire, Bon Iver, Tom Waits, TV On The Radio and Feist, but as a solo artist he specialises in uplifting, symphonic solo saxophone...

Colin Stetson

Danny And The Champions Of The World

Rock 'n' roll

Danny George Wilson and co showcase their sweetly gritty, generally downbeat and wistful blend of country-soul/folk pop.

James Yorkston

Pop and rock

  • Critics' choice

The ruddy-faced Scots troubadour – a key member of Fife's brilliant Fence collective – plays his distinctive, coolly assured, almost flinty, yet subtly affecting, Delta-styled country blues. He's launching his eighth album 'The Cellardyke Recording and...

James Yorkston

Jongleurs Comedy Club – Camden


Weekend comedy club chain Jongleurs is back in full force, opening up more gigs after taking over the Highlight Comedy brand. In other words, Jongleurs is back at Camden's Dingwalls building, with line-up shows every Friday and Saturday night. To see...

  1. Fri Jul 11 – Sat Jul 26
  2. Dingwalls (Lock 17)
  3. From £17
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Lower Than Atlantis

Pop and rock

The Watford punk-metallers play an intimate show to road-test new material from a forthcoming, self-titled album.

Lower Than Atlantis


Pop and rock

Remember 'The JCB Song'? No? Well, these are the earnest folk-popsters from Leamington Spa who took it to Number One way back in 2005. They're back for another reunion show, a year after saying they weren't getting back together again. Perhaps they've...



Pop and rock

The jangly, folky fuzzheads from Brooklyn play from their new album 'With Light and With Love'. File next to Thee Oh Sees and Wye Oak, and remember to wear your burnous.


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terrible experience, the stuff behaves superior to visitors, always pushed and commanded.