The Warehouse Project on the key issues facing UK nightlife

James Hanley

The tremors from Fabric’s closure have been felt far beyond the embattled Farringdon venue. Indeed, for many in the sector, its plight was a case of, There but for the grace of God.

The music community has rallied around the nightspot in protest at Islington Council’s decision to permanently revoke its licence at the beginning of last month. The council cited major safety concerns as the key reasons for the closure following the drug-related deaths of two teenagers at the ...

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