Duke of Hamilton
One of London's Oldest Public Houses
The Duke of Hamilton is one of the oldest pubs in London dating back some 300 years ago, its been a pub with much history, appearing in the best beer guide for over 20 years. The pub has a great following, and has excellent reputation for Real Ale and great in house traditional pub food.
The locals are friendly and really enjoy what truly is one of the last proper boozers still standing in Hampstead village, it really is a must see and you may even see a number of very famous locals who drink and eat here a lot. The duke was the local pub where the late Oliver Reed was seen every day.
18th February - 5.02 pm
The Theatre has rebranded to The Rabbit Hole part of The Rabbit Hole Group Ltd found by Jason Gardiner and Steve Coxshall- Big refurb, launching very soon.twitter@rabbitholegroup
4th April - 8.30 pm
Live professional Jazz Ronnie Scotts ++ Emilia Mattensson++
LIVE JAZZ Will Bartlett and special guest the amazing Emilia who have played many times at Ronnie Scotts - book online at www.thedukeofhamilton.com *****buy quick, always sells out*****£10 door ENTRY This will be a packed out night - The talent is amazing from these 4 very good looking talented Gents