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A legendary profile entertainment venue. The famous venue provides you with three floors of flexible space, suitable for almost any type of event music performances, showcases, fashion shows, club nights, and corporate parties.
Over the last 73 years, the Electric Ballroom has come to epitomise all that is Camden Town. Over the years it has played host to top musical talent such as U2, The Clash, Phil Lynott, The Boomtown Rats, Joy Division, The Smiths, Madness, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Public Enemy, Blur, Supergrass, Garbage and many more.
The Electric Ballroom dates back to the 1930’s when its current owner, Bill Fuller, took it over and opened it up as The Buffalo Club. It was a small place back then with the main entrance on Kentish Town Road. The same gate is still used for staff and deliveries and has been kept as a souvenir from the old days. An opportunity for expansion came during the war in 1941, when Camden Town Tube was bombed. Both the back of the Buffalo and the small side street beside it, which was called Dewsbury Terrace, were literally blown away. Bill then bought the whole site, and built the Buffalo up into a ballroom that could hold 2,000 people. Besides being a renowned social centre for many Irish immigrants it became hugely popular for its great music with bands like Joe Loss and The Clipper Carlton...