Weave through 150 years of counter-culture history and contrarian characters on this musically-scored tour of Camden.
Follow insider George around Camden's iconic music venues, including an award-winning folk arts centre, a punk-inclined pub where Amy Winehouse once pulled pints and more established venues such as the one-time Camden Palace (now Koko). Along the way you'll learn about the poets and punk provocateurs – from Rimbaud to the Ramones – who helped shape the area's always-alternative music scene.
Folk musician and industry veteran
As artistic director of The Music Halls Project, George Bell strives to give historic north London buildings a new lease of life as music venues. He's a working folk musician who regularly tours Europe's festival scene and also shares his passion for music by hosting choir workshops at local businesses, using everything from Beethoven to Beyoncé as a means of stress relief. Before that, he spent six years as the director of Small is Beautiful sustainability festival and three years managing The Nest Collective, running events at some of the biggest venues and festivals around the country.
From Rimbaud to the Ramones: follow in the footsteps of Camden’s counter-culture greats...
- 3 hours
- Start Time
- Tours run between the hours of 10:00 and 13:00
- Call our travel specialists 24/7 on 1 800 464 2040 or contact us to find availability
- Experience location
- You meet in Camden Town; we’ll send you details in your confirmation.