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Oktoberfest @ Proud Camden / weekends until October



@ Proud Camden, Chalk Farm Road, London NW1 8AH

Tickets: from £10 book online


Every Saturday and Sunday from 30th September to the 22nd October, you will find the spirit of Munich’s ultimate beer experience at Proud Camden’s own Bierkeller. 🍻 🍻

Proud’s gig room will be transformed into a fully decked-out, traditional Bavarian beerhall complete with long wooden tables and bunting, fit for a decadent bohemian Shcloss.

The wunderbar waitresses and waiters will be dressed in Dirndl and Lederhosen and on hand to keep your steins filled to the brim and your mouths full of sausages!

30th September – 1st October
7th – 8th October
14th – 15th October
21st – 22nd October

The Playground Presents…… @ Proud Camden / Wednesday 6th July 2011


19:30 – 1:00

@ Proud Camden
Stables Market, Camden Town
London NW1 8AH

Entry: £5 OTD
£4 Tickets from www.ticketground.co.uk


The Playground presents….. is a night of unsigned acts and raw talent, admire some rising stars before they blow up.



THE BLACK SAND Since their triumphant return from Austria’s Snowbombing Festival 2011 and being dubbed ‘King’s of the Mountain’ for their exceptional performance, London-born foursome The Black Sand have already established themselves a burgeoning reputation and are hotly tipped as ‘Breakthrough band of 2011’ by the likes of BBC Introducing’s Will Walder and Tom Robinson (BBC 6 Music). Expect a set charged through with rock, indie, dance and fizz pop from Colliers Wood’s proudest export.

“Amazing! Can’t wait to hear the EP – they’ve got that 70s proggy feel and brought it right up to now. I want to hear more!” Will Walder, BBC Introducing

LOOK, STRANGER! With strong pop melodies and song writing sensibilities pushing through the core of their music, Look, Stranger! use elements of electronic beats and a driving rhythm section to forge a reputation for themselves as one to watch. With support performances with Clock Opera and collaborations with the esteemed Charles ‘Chicky’ Reeves (Radiohead, Bjork, Grace “don’ f-wit me” Jones) on their tracks, the band have garnered plays on BBC6 Music and performances at well-known venues including The Lexington and Fleur-De-Lys club.

THE RUBICON This Portsmouth-born fivesome first gathered momentum in a garage with pictures of icons on walls and hand-me-down guitars armed with their own stories and Indie/Rock sensibilities which have seen them perform for sold-out shows through-out the UK, so be sure not to miss out.

LITTLE SIGNALS With a love of music and a strong friendship Elizabeth Caney, Steven Harris, Russell Jackson came together to create their own unique brand of Ambient, Indie-Pop that is sure to get you swaying to the beat. These three are ‘Big News’, and definitely ones to look out for in the future.

Moby: Destroyed @ Proud Camden / 18th May – 19th June 2011


Doors: Daily 11am-5pm
(Saturday: 11am-4pm)

@ Proud Camden
The Horse Hospital
Chalk Farm Road
London, NW1 8AH

Entry: £Free


Destroyed, Moby’s forthcoming new album and accompanying book of photography is set for release on May 16th, alongside an exhibition, which will take place at Proud Camden. Published by Damiani, the hardback edition of Destroyed is 128 pages and features 55 photographs taken by Moby. All photographs from the book will be on display in the exhibition and are for sale.

A behind-the-scenes international odyssey, Destroyed introduces us to a side of touring that is often unexposed; secluded time spent in artificial spaces like hotel rooms and backstage waiting areas. The combined album and photo book provides an intimate look at Moby’s world and his creative process as an artist, both the music and photos were created in the same period and draw inspiration from the strange and sublime world of touring.

Featured photos available HERE

Moby will be playing a SOLD OUT concert this Thursday, 2nd June, at the Roundhouse.

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