Fabric To Close Permanently After Having Its License Revoked | Music News
Last month, the high profile nightclub Fabric closed down voluntarily following two drug related deaths at the club in a 9 week period, and had its license suspended and scheduled for review. After testimony and review, Islington council has chosen to permanently revoke the clubs license, leaving it permanently closed down. “A culture of drugs exists at the club which management cannot control” was a quote from a council member.
Fabric still have the option to appeal the change, and have received a lot of support from the public in the form of petitions, social media action and even a positive statement from mayor Sadiq Khan.
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