18 Thursday 18th December 2014
There could be sad news for London on the horizon. The almighty Fabric, the club that serves as the capital's spiritual home to bass, raves, techno, house and everything else that goes hard and late, is reportedly facing closure.
According to the Evening Standard, the Farringdon venue is having its licensed reviewed due to a string of drug-related incidents over the past three years - including four deaths.
Islington council is set to review the club's license tonight. Word is that stripping Fabric's license is being 'seriously considered.'
If you don't want that to happen, go sign the petition.
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