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Dingwalls Dancehall (original name at time of opening) is a live music and comedy venue adjacent to Camden Lock, Camden, London, England. The building itself is one of many industrial Victorian buildings that were put to new use in the 20th century. The original owner of the building, T.E. Dingwall, had his name painted on to the outside wall of the building, which was a common practice by businesses in Camden Town during the late Victorian era. The paint is still visible to this day, hence the venue's name.

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Dingwalls Dancehall
Lock 17, a bar connected to Dingwalls[1]
AddressEast Yard, 11 Camden Lock Pl
United Kingdom
Coordinates51.5413°N 0.1458°W / 51.5413; -0.1458

The 500-capacity venue was bought by promoter Vince Power in June 2020 and continues to host gigs of contemporary music. It was renamed and reopened as The PowerHaus after a copyright issue blocked the use of its original name. Power now has use of the name again and it has returned to being Dingwalls. There is also a smaller 100 capacity intimate live music venue in the canal bar which regularly puts on unsigned artists.[2][3]