Amy Winehouse: The top five places to visit in London for fans of the soul singer

Singer Amy Winehouse’s final stage performance dress has sold for £180,000 to raise money for young people with addictions. Read LondonWorld’s guide to the top places in the capital to pay tribute to the legendary star.

With her trademark beehive, winged eyeliner and pin-up style, Amy Winehouse embodied the cool north London look, while her music - and untimely death - have left a lasting legacy on the capital.

Now the dress from her final stage performance in June 2011, in Belgrade, Serbia, has sold for more than £180,000 at an auction which raised £4m for young people with addictions.

For fans of the Grammy award-winner famed for jazz inspired hits Love Is A Losing Game and Back to Black, there’s nowhere better than her home streets of Camden to pay homage.

Born in Enfield, Winehouse left her mark all over the city - from low-key Camden pub Dublin Castle, to the £30m Portland Place mansion where she filmed the Rehab music video.

And after her death in July 2011, she was laid to rest in Edgwarebury Lane Cemetery and immortalised in the famous ‘Fallen Angel’ graffiti at Camden Lock.

Amy Winehouse performing during the 46664 concert in celebration of Nelson Mandela's life at Hyde Park on 27 June 2008 (Photo: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

The Camden Roundhouse

Roundhouse, Chalk Farm Rd, Chalk Farm, London NW1 8EH

In July 2011, she surprised fans by coming on stage to join goddaughter Dionne Bromfield.

The venue featured a huge black heart installation to mark the 15th anniversary of her Back to Black album earlier this year.

Amy Winehouse’s favourite pub the Hawley Arms. Credit: Shutterstock

The Hawley Arms

The Hawley Arms, 2 Castlehaven Rd, London NW1 8QU

Amy’s supposedly favourite drink was a ‘Rickstasy’ (vodka, banana liqueur, Southern Comfort and Baileys) from the Camden boozer.

She would frequent the local, with fellow celebrities the Libertines, Mark Ronson, Razorlight and Noel Fielding.

Sadly the venue burned down in the Camden Market blaze in 2008, but reopened for business thanks to a heroic fundraising effort.

Fans can see a hall of fame style photo of Amy up on the wall.

The Amy Winehouse statue in the Stables Market. Credit: Shutterstock

Stables Market

Stables Market, 842 Chalk Farm Rd, London NW1 8BF

Memorialised from her backcombed hair to her stiletto heels in solid bronze, Amy’s statue stands in pride of place in the Stables Market.

Unveiled in 2014, the design is intended to honour the musical legend.

Tributes to Amy on the sign to Camden Square, in Camden, North London, her home when she died. Credit: Shutterstock

Camden Square

30 Camden Square, London, NW1 9XA

Fans still make the pilgrimage to 30 Camden Square, the house Amy was living in at the time of her death, aged just 27.

The council has even had to warn people against taking home the signs outside the building emblazoned with tributes and messages to the star.

The Abney Park Cemetery

Abney Park Cemetery Trust, 215 Stoke Newington High Street, London, N16 0LH

A 19th century disused Stoke Newington graveyard took a starring role in Amy’s Back to Black music video, which was shot on location there.