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History

Dingwalls originally opened in 1973 as “Dingwalls Dancehall” and has had a range of different musical functions throughout its 50 year lifespan.

The venue has been a Jazz Bar owned by legendary DJ Gilles Peterson and Patrick Forge, before moving back to its roots of being a permanent part of the Camden gigging scene now with Vince Power. Holding host to iconic shows such as Blondie’s debut, Coldplay, Etta James, Foo Fighters, R.E.M and The Strokes, the venue also had a large part to play in Camden’s punk boom with The Clash, Sex Pistols and The Ramones regularly appearing.

Where to Find Us

Dingwalls,
Middle Yard,
Camden Lock,
London NW1 8AL

 

By Tube

The nearest tube stations are Camden Town and Chalk Farm. These stations are around a 5 minute walk away from the venue.

 

By Train

The nearest mainline stations are Kings Cross, St Pancras and Euston. Then forward by tube from there.

 

By Taxi

There is a mini cab office at Chalk Farm Tube Station.

 

By Bus

The following buses run on Chalk Farm Road/Ferdinand Street past the venue: 24 (24hr), 27 (24hr), 31, 168, N5, N28, N31

 

Parking

There is no parking in Middle Yard but there is plenty of parking around the venue which is free after 6.30 pm.