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We are very happy to report that after Fabric Nightclubs license review last night the venue will remain open.
The venue has agreed to hire seven £300-a-night sniffer dogs to check clubbers for drugs on entering the venue, ID scanners and has also confirmed it will upgrade the CCTV system.
The venue, has however said it will appeal some points of the decision.
More than 30,000 people signed a last minute petition to keep the club open and support came in from some of the worlds biggest DJ’s including Annie Mac, Chemical Brothers and more.
“Fabric is one of London nightlife’s most important assets.”
– Annie Mac
The club will fight some of the decisions from the review but for now, the club remains open, as usual. Check out their up coming events by clicking here.
The world famous London nightclub Fabric may be forced to close as authorities are considering stripping it’s licence in response to drug related incidents at the Farringdon venue. This would be a huge loss to London and the electronic music scene in the UK. We have everything crossed that the club will get though this.
The license review will go ahead tonight, it has been called for by Police who say that over the past three years, eight people have collapsed, four of whom died, at the Farringdon club after taking drugs.
The club has twice been voted best club in the world by DJ Mag readers and recently celebrated it’s 15th birthday. Fabric is also home to a successful record label which has releases monthly compilations mixed by some of the worlds best DJ’s.
We firmly believe this is the wrong approach to tackling drug issues in nightclubs, what do you think? Let us know by leaving a comment or tweet us @Soundplate.
by Jack Beats