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Stationers Arms

Picture source: Darkstar

The Stationers Arms was situated at 113 Camden High Street.  
This pub was later known as The Brighton, then a cocktail bar known as Bar Royale in about 1990. It was then known as Oh! Bar until October 2009 when it became the Blues Kitchen, a live music venue, bourbon bar and soul food venue.
T C (August 2011)
I worked here in the mid-1980s as a barmaid. The tenants were Mr and Mrs Brosnan from Co. Kerry, Ireland. Many of our customers were from County Kerry or County Cork. We had live Irish music many nights of the week. The door on the left in the photo below was into the Lounge Bar, two people in the background are by the door. At the back of the Lounge was where the Irish bands played. The door at the corner, behind the red car, was into the Saloon Bar. The door at the very back of the pub was to the stairs leading to where the Brosnans lived.
As usual, there was a large U-shaped bar between the Saloon and Lounge bars so you could serve both rooms. There were many taps of Guinness on both sides!
Joanna Pal (May 2020)

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Other Photos
Date of photo: 1980s

Picture source: Joanna Pal

Picture source: Barbara Hitchcox