The Carr Arms

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The Carr Arms
Last updated June 2018
Danger Updater MDUDC 20:08, 19 December 2018 (UTC)
the Carr Arms

Stanbury Village [51,55]

Clear Street Wickenden Grove the Modeford Building
Stampfordham Avenue the Carr Arms Markey Square
Club Twycrosse Catherine General Hospital St Augustine's Church

Basic Info:

  • Pubs have no internal descriptions, apart from "...an abandoned pub."
  • Arms can be barricaded normally.

Description

Carr's was famous for its craic, not crack.

A large white-stone pub with a fountain at its entrance. As ann Irish pub, it's still festooned with tattered tricolors, and decorated with antique Guinness signs.

History

Carr's was a popular and lively Irish pub in western Stanbury, known across Malton for its folk music nights and the comedy club upstairs. The temperamental landlord, Eoin Carr, could himself play a mean fiddle but was just as likely to crack it over a patron's head if they annoyed him: this happened most nights.

Frontman Reilly O'Really at the time of The Brogues' first gig at Carr's.

Bands who performed here included The Brogues, Malton's premier Irish punk-folk group; miserabilist folk singer Van Morrissey (songwriter of Heaven Knows My Girl with Brown Eyes is Miserable Now); and The Dropdead Murphys from Boston, who wrote their #1 hit Shipping Out to Malton after their infamous gig in this bar, when the moshpit set up a resonance wave that cracked several neighboring houses.

O'Really has since returned to Carr's several times, in zombie form.

Barricade Policy

The Carr Arms is to be kept at EHB.



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