The historic Dingwalls venue at the heart of London's famous Camden Market has been hosting live music since 1973. It is situated close to Camden Town tube station, Euston (National Rail) and Kings Cross (National & International Rail Services) and is easy to access by a number of bus routes.
The Who Convention 2010 greatly appreciate the support of Dingwalls' management team in providing such a superb venue for this years event.
Approximate Travel Times By Rail: Paris (2 hours 15 minutes), Manchester (2 hours), Birmingham 1 hour 15 minutes), Heathrow (45 minutes)
The Good Ship
289 Kilburn High Road
The Good Ship in Kilburn is a pub that caters perfectly for live music and hosts nights on a regular basis. It offers an unconventional sunken stage with a large projector screen behind. It was chosen as the location for The Who Convention 2010's Saturday warm up event because of its location and proximity to Who history but also because it is run by fans of live music.
It is situated just a stone's through from the Gaumont Theatre where The Who performed in 1977 with Keith Moon and where some of the album photography for Quadrophenia was taken.
Brondesbury - North London Silverlink (1 minute)
Kilburn - Jubilee Line (3 mins)
Kilburn High Road - British Rail (9 mins)
Kilburn Park - Bakerloo Line (11 mins)
Buses: 16, 31, 32, 98, 189, 206, 316, 328, 332 plus night buses N16, N28, N31, N98. All these stop within an 8 minute walk of the venue, most of them right outside.
75-89 Upper Walkway
Camden Lock Place
Lockside Lounge is a hidden gem situated in the heart of Camden Market. Around since 2002, Lockside Lounge has been quietly established as one of London's favourite party destinations.
The Lockside Lounge interlinks with Dingwalls via an internal door and will give the Convention additional space for vendors, exhibits and a great view out onto the historic waterways that run through Camden.
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