It’s official. Iconic London nightclub fabric – which first opened its doors in 1999 – will shut down permanently after its license was revoked by Islington council in a heated town hall meeting tonight.
More as we get it.
Fabric is closed. That’s it. Heartwrenching silence around the room. Fuck #FabricReview
— Jeremy Abbott (@FunsterMixmag) September 7, 2016
Fabric’s license has been revoked – the club will close. Awful news. #FabricReview
— CLASH (@clash_music) September 7, 2016
Shocking decision. #FabricReview
— DJ Mag (@DJmag) September 7, 2016
Hard to describe the feeling in the room right now. An awful, awful decision has been made #FabricReview
— Mixmag (@Mixmag) September 7, 2016
Absolute shame. #FabricReview
— THUMP (@thumpthump) September 7, 2016
Cameron Leslie in shock on way. Alexander Proud leaves saying “we’ll fight this” #FabricReview
— Seb Wheeler (@seb_wheeler_) September 7, 2016
So this is what it comes down to. London will be one massive Pret in 2020, with each brick sold to the highest bidder #FabricReview
— Lauren Martin (@codeinedrums) September 7, 2016
I’m sick to my stomach. As an American in Kentucky the Fabric mixes were my window to the world. This is inconceivable.
— The Black Madonna (@blackmadonnachi) September 7, 2016