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Between an Irish pub and its big sister venue, The Dome, the Boston Music Room once stood as one of London’s best-kept secrets. Through the 80s and early 90s, the BMR was a hotspot for the world’s most exciting punk bands, with legendary acts such as Fugazi and Sham 69 doing their level best to tear the building apart. Then in the mid-90s, it became a home for up and coming indie acts, with the likes of The White Stripes, Blur and Alabama Shakes gracing its stage. The venue prides itself on grassroots and people, with all needed equipment and a team passionate about music, any band would be lucky to play in such a venue.
178 Junction Road Tufnell Park, London N19 5QQ
We are located opposite Tufnell Park tube, a five minute walk from Kentish Town Tube & Mainline Station and Upper Holloway Overground with Gospel Oak a 10 minute walk away. Local bus routes are 4, 134, 390 and N20. Several more routes terminate at Kentish Town Station and Archway Station.