THE STORY OF The King's Head

Just a ten minute walk away from Crouch Hill station and with regular bus connections to the centre of London, The King’s Head dates back to the 1800s and is one of the most established watering holes in this culturally-rich area. 

This friendly theatre pub’s exterior is testimony to the grandeur of the area’s Victorian architecture, whilst inside blends period features with contemporary touches. Attracting a diverse clientele, The King’s Head reflects the upbeat, alternative vibe of its Crouch End neighbourhood, whilst remaining a genuine London local at heart.

‘Downstairs at the King’s Head’, the pub’s intimate basement comedy club, has a long tradition of fringe stand-up comedy and has provided a starting platform for a host of aspiring comics.  Many visitors to the pub combine an evening’s entertainment with a spot of relaxation and refreshment in the bar beforehand or afterwards. 

Bright and cheerful with a bohemian edge, The King’s Head is a unique London venue offering an evening out with a difference - definitely worth venturing slightly off the beaten track for...