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Proud Camden to close

By | Published on Wednesday 7 February 2018

Proud Camden

The flagship base of Proud Galleries, the Proud Camden arts and music venue in Camden’s Stables Market, will close next month after seventeen years in operation. Two new Proud venues will open in its place, including one in Camden.

In a statement, owner Alex Proud said: “After more than seventeen years at the Stables Market in Camden, and having been part of the transformation of a town that is now thriving with visitors from across the globe, we have decided to move on. I’m dedicated to keeping the Proud venues fresh and we have found two new venues which will open in due course”.

Proud Embankment is set to open under Waterloo Bridge, while the second new venue will be situated on Camden High Street.

“This is another chapter in our story”, continued Proud. “But I do think it’s a sad one for Camden to lose a venue with such a rich musical heritage”.

Still to be announced, a series of closing parties at Proud Camden are due to be held between 16 Feb and 3 Mar. The venue will officially close on 4 Mar.



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