The Camden Palace (London) Reviews
Newest Review: ... of the Palace Theatre, Charlie Chaplin trod the boards there as a young comic.' Then the future took hold and changed it into a thriving, noisy night out. But it was worth it. With the huge dance floor, the rows of theatre seats and balcony's, and the stage, it hasn't lost it history at all. I started going there when I was 15 (yes I know bit young but never mind) the tickets on a Saturday were £20 (god knows how I managed to pay for it I must have saved up my pocket money!) :) From the outside it doesn't look too big but as you pass through the fat bald men with a brain cell between them you feel like your going to watch flippin Starlig... more
Customer The Camden Palace (London) Reviews (7)
by - written on 22/05/07 (Very useful, 174 readings)
I know that people go to Camden for the Rock, The famous (Past it signers) Like Madonna...But why did I go there? For the Hardcore/Drum N Bass. Yes 5 years ago I was a 'Regular' @ Camden Pally & I have to say it was the best club that I've ever been to. Friday night was Peach and Saturday was the Hardcore. 'The Camden Palace is the ornate Victorian theatre; it's an old vaudeville house. Back in the late 1800s, when it was known by its original name of the Palace Theatre, Charlie Chaplin trod the boards there as a young comic.' Then the future took hold and changed it into a thriving, noisy night out. But it was worth it. With the huge dance ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/10/02, updated on 24/10/02 (Somewhat useful, 123 readings)
Okay, so I've just read all the other reports about ol' Camden P. Some of them are better than others, and by better I mean reliable. I'll have a go now...Tuesday night is Feet First. Best rock venue I've been to :) Also, it isn't that hard to get in...an added bonus. I know that this is probably bad news for you oldies (21+) but come on, you can get in anywhere. Anyway, the atmosphere is excellent and so is the music. The flyers are pretty accurate, so if you don't like the bands on the flyer than you'll be slightly disappointed BUT, the live unknown bands are usually great. The people there are lovely!! If you aren't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/02, updated on 30/11/04 (Very useful, 284 readings)
Right then, I havent been on dooyoo for absolutely ages but will try harder to keep up with it again, I promise!!! So what has prompted me to come back on here and even more so, write an opinion. The answer ? Frantic, and even more so the venue ? Camden Palace. This place is such a good venue its untrue, similar to other good venues like The Opera House in Bournemouth it is a converted theatre but this place goes right up into the heavens with four floors (balconys and rooms/corridors behind). The highlight of my night was bouncing away on the top balcony overlookin a club below me going mad to the some of the hardest hard house been banged out by some of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/01, updated on 09/10/01 (Very useful, 536 readings)
One of the best weeknight clubbing venues you can go to, Feet First is every Tuesday evening in the Camden Palace, from 10pm until 2:30am. Traditionally an alternative/indie soft rock night, Feet First is all about featuring the up and coming artists of London. Every Tuesday, a different and virtually unknown band will play live for 30 minutes or so and promote themselves by giving away free t-shirts, cds and posters (this is most often on the first Tuesday of the month). Bands who have played while I have been going hat are now quite well known are: [spunge], Thirteen13, Raging Speedhorn and Capdown. The venue is fantastic for getting really up-close ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/04/01, updated on 26/06/01 (Very useful, 387 readings)
The first time I ever went clubbing in London, it was to Camden Palace. People had told me that you hadn’t been clubbing properly until you’d been to London, so Camden it was. We arrived outside at about 12 midnight. The night we went was called Peach on a Friday. It cost £9 before 11pm and £12 after. This is about average for a London club. The queue was quite big and we had to wait at least ½ hour. I was so nervous in the queue – I was only 17 so I didn’t know if they’d let me in or not. Luckily I had no trouble, probably due to the low cut top, or maybe not I thought as I saw a mass of young looking faces everywhere. I was ... Read the complete review
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