A little history…
In the mid-part of the 2010’s Nambucca provided a platform for many of the forerunners of the London nu-folk scene, with artists such as Frank Turner, Marcus Mumford and Laura Marling performing there regularly. Prior to that it also was a staple of the burgeoning indie-scene led by The Libertines and many successful bands performed early gigs there including Florence & The Machine, Maximo Park and The Holloways who were actually formed at the venue and played their first gig there.
On October 31st 2014, after a massive refurbishment and a change of ownership, the bar reopened once again. Many long-running and successful events have now found a new home at the venue in its latest incarnation.
Nambucca is now a warm and welcoming but professional 300-capacity music venue. We have a 32-channel Soundtrack Si-Compact mixing desk and state-of-the-art PA system and programmable (Titan One) lighting.
Full backline (drum shells, bass amp and three guitar amps) is available for bands, promoters and for DJs we have CDJ and vinyl decks.
We also have a lovely green room in the basement for artists to relax in prior to performances.