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Where does a string of venue closures leave the capital?

The abrupt news of the closure of London's Cable at the hand of Network Rail repossession and plans for redevelopment sent shockwaves across the capital this May. Coming just two months after the dramatic closure of 93 Feet East and during the midst of an ongoing wrangle between private property developers and Ministry Of Sound, it's left London's clubs lined up a lot like sitting ducks, prompting clubbers to ask a flurry of pressing questions.

Police raid 93 Feet East

Popular East London nightspot, 93 Feet East on Brick Lane was raided by the Metropolitan Police at the weekend as part of Operation Condor - a capital-wide crackdown on licensing issues.

Fabric clinch the No.1 spot again for their uncompromising club...

Once again this year it was hard to look past Fabric as the Best Large Club in Britain. By the time most clubs get to...

LBS, Circus, Egg, London

Laurent Garnier's last-ever London Live Booth Session (LBS) at Egg is one way to warm up a bitter winter evening...

According to the listings, the last event at the east London venue took place on the 25th August 

With seemingly no notice, popular east London venue Hangar has closed down. 

The Facebook page has disappeared, and the venue's official email address contains the...

London welcomes Phonox – a brand new club opening up in September

In the face of a string of recent club closures in the UK capital, a new club called Phonox will open in Brixton this September....

Printworks, Egg, Studio 338, Oval Space and The Pickle Factory were denied financial assistance in the first wave of Arts Council grants

The Night Time Industries Association (NTIA) has issued a statement in response to a number of key London clubs missing out on funding as part...

The venue will be in the capital's West End 

Pacha is set to open a new club in London.

Home of the iconic red cherries, Pacha group is responsible for clubbing destinations in its...

The club’s licence to operate was suspended by Newham Council this week due to a fraud investigation

London club FOLD has been granted permission to reopen.

The east London venue had its licence suspended earlier this week by Newham Council, who cited...

The Cross 2.0

Iconic London club, The Cross, is reopening its doors in a new form this September.


Located in York Way Goods Yard, King’s Cross between 1993...

The new area will be open this Friday (16th)

London club Colour Factory is opening a new outdoor space.

Formerly Mick's Garage in Hackney Wick, Colour Factory is set to open its doors with...

Organisers have set a target of £200,000

London club Egg is crowdfunding to prevent permanent closure.

As part of the Music Venue Trust's SaveOurVenues campaign, the 900-capacity, four-floored club has set a target of...

The clubs are the UK's first multi-purpose venues to make the change

East London's Oval Space and The Pickle Factory have gone plastic-free with immediate effect.

Announcing the Oval Green initiative in a blog post yesterday, the...

The club’s licence to operate has been suspended by Newham Council

London club FOLD has had its licence unexpectedly suspended by Newham Council.

In a post shared to Instagram this morning, the east London venue stated...

New London club, The Beams, announces October launch parties

New East London venue The Beams has confirmed its opening month of events.


Opening on 1st October with a party featuring Michael Bibi and other...