The Chambers
The Chambers
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Neil
Neil
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Really cool place 😎 Great beers and Ciders..
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Lee
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The staff are very friendly and the food was hot and fresh and a great price. I would definitely recommend and would go back for another meal.
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Martin Harper
08/03/2024
Great range of snacks, cakes and drinks at reasonable prices
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Leon Balderson
08/03/2024
Always a great night had in chambers
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Kevin Whitfield
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Nice coffee and chocolate brownie Nice friendly staff too
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Simon Topley
24/02/2024
Love this place, great food, great beers, friendly environment. Love this bar even more, staff etc just fantastic.

Riot Gulll:Punks & Rockers Palestine Fundraiser with Pink Suits, Cool Hot Rockers + Special Guests!!

Details
Start:

January 20 - 06:00 pm

End:

January 21 - 01:00 am

Tickets/More Information: Tickets/More Information

Join us for a night of rock & punk solidarity at a special Riot Gulll & Compass Music fundraiser gig, dedicated to supporting the Medical Aid for Palestine, with 100% profits from ticket sales from the show going to the above charity.

There will be live performances from indie, rock & post-punk bands + DJs across the South Coast & South East, including :

– Pink Suits, a Queer Feminist Punk Rock & Rage duo Pink based in Margate. Pink Suits make loud aggressive political punk noise, their work is an exploration of sexuality, mental health, politics, activism, questioning how voices & bodies can be used as a form of protest.

– Seaside indie rock slackers Cool Hot Rockers released their debut album Job’n’Knock in 2023 – the record is an homage to their native Folkestone, as well as being politically engaged with topics including the cost of living crisis.

– Niche Crush are Ollie & Loz, a Manc & a Scouser now living by the sea in Margate, forming as a band after drinking too many bottles of orange WKD. Releasing their first few tracks in 2023, they’ve been described as “Fantastically indie” by BBC 6’s DJ Steve Lamacq, and John Kennedy from Radio X said “every of their songs is a winner”.

More guests & DJs TBA very soon!

Ditch the winter blues, come out and get together for an evening of solidarity & great music.

Doors 6pm.
DJs after bands with Curfew at 1am.

Tickets on a Pay-What-You-Can basis available on DICE from £5 (low income) to £25 +booking fees.