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you're a Goth and you're visiting Camden.
What is there in the darkside of this eclectic little town for
you to do?
Well, you can happily shop to your
heart's content around the markets and High Street. Be your
passion for vintage clothing, cyber wear or the more traditional
look you'll most definitely find what you're looking for here!
Don't forget to pay a visit to the charity shops near Mornington
Crescent Station for that all-important bargain and if it's
Victoriana stuff you're after there are several vintage clothing
shops that may have the odd item of interest.
Fancy getting your hair done? Make
your choice from a range of hairdressers for the ultimate "do", 'enry 'iggins'
for example. Or perhaps you fancy getting a piercing or a tattoo?
Well, Camden is the place to go with plentiful piercing
parlours, many of which carry health and safety certificates.
Jewellery is also plentiful and you'll find lots of unique pieces
as many are handcrafted, especially in the craft section of
the Lock Market.
Music your passion? Then Camden
is home to a number of excellent record shops which stock
music by Goth bands, including Resurrection Records in the
High Street, which also runs its own record label, covering
bands such asScary Bitches and Ghost of Lemora. You'll also
find second-hand outlets in the market and various comic and
At a loss as to what to do when
the shops are closed? Then don't be! Camden is home to several
Goth-friendly hot-spots, including Gothic tavern, the Devonshire
Arms in Kentish Town Road and Friday night's Sin City at
the Electric Ballroom next door to the station.
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