’70s rock hall Dagenham Roundhouse receives’ community asset’ status amid demolition fears | London Evening Standard

O One of London’s leading rock venues of the 1970s, where bands such as Queen, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd and Status Quo all performed, received legal protection after being threatened with closure. The Dagenham Roundhouse, known as the “Village Blues Club” from 1969 to 1975, is the last historic pub to be classified as a “community asset” under the Localism …