The Charles Bradlaugh (Northampton, England) Reviews
Description:The Charles Bradlaugh 1 Earl Street Northampton NN1 3AU.
Newest Review: ... center 'middle-class pub', the clientele 'studenty'/young professional/ urban trendy, the piped and DJ music tailored to that demographic, synonymous with the Richardson Group who own the pub. They have jazz nights on Sundays and Indy nights in the week to press that kudos and some of the clientele are so cool they even drink coffee at 11pm on a Friday night! Based in an old converted shoe ... more
Customer The Charles Bradlaugh (Northampton, England) Reviews (1)
by - written on 27/12/10 (Very useful, 113 readings)
Pubs in Northampton's town centre, like any other, tend to be geared towards the young kids, a constant drone of chart and pop music ramped up to kill conversation and keep you drinking. If you're over 40 then The Mail Coach is the only pub who really offers something relaxed for the older clientele in the town centre area and so you are pushed out of the centre bowl to places like the Charles Bradlaugh if you want that vibe, the staging hostelry for the cool dressed in black crowd bar for their foray into the town centre, although the cotton wearing classes rarely mingling with the proletariat in Northampton. Charles Bradlaugh was an interesting local ... Read the complete review
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