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The Roebuck

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The Roebuck was situated at 197 King's Road and, upon closure in 1986, became a restaurant which in turn has also closed.
 

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Name Dates Comments
Tim Darling 1981-1983 Lived at 137 Beaufort Street. The Roebuck was our local pub and we became a bit of a pain to the Landlord Ian. I also played there a couple of times with a band from my home town Andover, various 137 friends would join us up on stage. All great fun, great days. We went to other local pubs in the area but The Roebuck was our main haunt and I can still see the look of dismay on the Landlord's face as we marched through the doors.
Terri Coats 1981-1983 Lived,worked at Roebuck 81-83.Publican Shay O'Brien and wife Heather.Sunbathed on roof by dome in summer ! Fab punk and new romantic culture on the Kings Road. Vivienne Westwood around the corner at Worlds End .Marianne Faithfull a regular.Pete Townshend,Roger Daltry walked in one night.Desi,irish barman had glass eye so last thing to say was "keep an eye on my drink Desi"you were likely to find it in the bottom of your glass on return !

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