A famous north London music venue has been engulfed in a blaze.
Smoke and flames could be seen billowing from the scaffolding in the roof of Koko, in Camden, which is currently under refurbishment.
London Fire Brigade sent about 60 firefighters and eight fire engines to the venue on Camden High Street after they were called just before 21:00 GMT.
The brigade said 30% of the roof was alight and it was “working hard” to save the rest of the building.
Oliver Cooper, a Conservative councillor who witnessed the fire, said the blaze was “under control and now being pushed back”.
He added on Twitter: “Devastated by the potential loss of such a huge part of Camden’s culture.”
Koko was previously known as the Camden Palace and has been one of the most iconic of London’s live music venues for decades.
It is currently closed and undergoing refurbishment, and was set to reopen in spring.