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Frog & Nightgown

Picture source: Timothy Keane

The Frog & Nightgown was situated at 148-150 Old Kent Road. This pub was named after a fictional pub in the BBC radio show "Ray's a laugh". The star Ted Ray opened the new premises. A frog was a peg fastener on old nightgowns. It was demolished in 2013.
Source: Terry Buck

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Name Dates Comments
James Kiffin 1980s I started drinking there in 1987 when I moved to Peckham .it had a good crowd every night as there was live music nightly Saturday nights was jam packed .you had to go early to get a seat .sunday lunch time was also busy with live music .the last time I went there was about 1995 or 1996 on sunday lunch time but only about a dozen people there now its just memories
Philippa Browning 1989 Customer. Oh I did love my karaoke!!
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Picture source: Timothy Keane