A proper London boozer
The Good Mixer in Camden Town has been a part of the pub culture of the area for many years. They have a long history of hosting some of the UK’s biggest music acts, from the 90s Britpop scene right until today.
They provide a platform for grassroots acts, those starting out and those with a few gigs under their belt to learn the ropes and build their fanbase.
Built on the bomb site of the original pub during the 1950s in Camden, The Mixer got its name from the cement mixer that was absent-mindedly trapped in the cellar during its construction. Unable to move it, the cement mixer was buried underground and thus, the Good Mixer was born! Starting life as a working man’s pub, it gained notoriety as the watering hole of choice for a long list of bands and celebrities throughout the 90s Britpop era.
Head to one of Camden’s favourite pubs for a drink, see some live music, watch some sports, and meet the regular locals.
Find The Good Mixer at 30 Inverness Street, London, NW1 7HJ