Following the revocation of its licence by Islington Council earlier this month, Fabric nightclub has launched a crowdfunding campaign to fight the decision.
The venue was shut following an investigation into the drug-related deaths of two 18-year-olds at the venue, and after a lengthy hearing at the start of September, Islington Council voted to revoke Fabric's license.
Speaking via email, the Fabric team say: "We are appealing to everyone who loves this city, everyone who loves this culture and everyone who is involved in this industry to support our fight and donate to our campaign today."
Continuing they add: "It will be an expensive battle, and after six weeks of being closed with no income we cannot fight this alone. So we're asking our fans, peers and the greater population to contribute to our campign fund, to help us keep a small fabric team, the venue in hibernation and to prepare our legal campaign."
To donate to the campaign, head here, and remember to share the news with friends using #saveourculture.
We must all stand up for the culture we love, read Fabric's full statement below and join the fight now!
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