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De Beauvoir Arms

Picture source: Stephen Harris

The De Beauvoir Arms was situated at 28 Stamford Road. This pub was latterly called the Trolley Stop, and featured an in-house theatre.  It closed in 2004 and has now been converted to residential use.

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Name Dates Comments
Rupert 1992/2000 I was a regular here during the 90s when it was called the Trolley Stop. My band played here several times - good back room. That pub along with the Dog & Dumplings on Southgate Road were our two main local music venues. The Dog was formerly the Jolly Farmer's and subsequently The Northgate - and is now, ironically, the De Beauvoir Arms.
Gerry Ranson 1994/2004 One of the last pubs in the area to feature live music most nights. A ridiculously popular quiz night too. Landlord John McCarthy was one of the kindest landlords I ever knew, and a Dalston legend. Legendary lock-ins. If a cop car stopped outside, we'd all have to pile into the flat upstairs!