Pretty much the whole of clubland was appalled when Fabric had its license revoked a few months back — after all, if Fabric could be closed so easily, what hope was there for other clubs?
So pretty much the whole of clubland united behind Fabric’s #saveourculture campaign to have their license reinstated, and there were joyous celebrations when the campaign was successful.
Fabric announced it will officially reopen on Friday 6th January with a weekend of celebrations that has “family very much at its core”.
Now, the Farringdon venue has revealed the line-ups for the rest of January and February, with Ricardo Villalobos, Maceo Plex, Loco Dice, Seth Troxler, Eats Everything, DVS1, Levon Vincent and many, many more all locked in to spin.
Fabric nightclub has announced its long-running Friday night series FABRICLIVE will no longer take place every week.
Although the venue will reopen with a FABRICLIVE night on Friday 6th January, following its successful battle to regain its licence over the past few months, the club announced via its blog that FABRICLIVE will then only be held on the last Friday of the month, along with "a bunch of Bank Holiday specials and other one offs".
Fabric has announced it will officially reopen on Friday 6th January with a weekend of celebrations that has "family very much at its core".
Kicking off with a special FABRICLIVE event on the Friday featuring " a host of unannounced special guests from our history and our future", the reopening party continues on Saturday 7th January with residents Craig Richards and Terry Francis, plus more secret acts.
Rounding off the weekend, Sunday hosts Wetyourself return on 8th January with Jacob Husley and Peter Pixzel and guests.
fabric has revealed that tickets to its reopening weekend are to go on sale at midday this Friday, 2nd December.
The Farringdon venue still hasn’t revealed the date of its reopening weekend, with the Twitter post that announced the ticket date this evening (Wednesday 30th November) simply stating “coming soon”. You can see the full tweet below.
Despite the fact no date has been set, it would seem details around fabric’s reopening will be revealed when tickets go on sale on Friday.
Following the news fabric will reopen, the famous nightclub is in the process of hiring new staff to join their team.
According to the club's website, they're looking for "reliable and enthusiastic people to join our team working in the club on weekends."
The night-spot is looking for bartenders, barbacks, floor attendants and cloakroom minders to join the crew. You can apply by heading to their blog.
Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, says he is "delighted" that renowned nightclub Fabric will reopen following a agreement reached between the venue, Metropolitan police and local council.
Yesterday Khan tweeted about the decision, calling it "fantastic news" and thanking Islington for finding a compromise.
Fantastic news. Confirmed that Fabric has reached a new agreement with Islington Council and will reopen. Thank you Islington.
fabric nightclub is set to reopen after a deal was struck with the Metropolitan Police and Islington council at Highbury Magistrates Court this afternoon (Monday 21st November).
It emerged last week that fabric was at advanced stages of talks with Islington Town Hall, aimed at agreeing licensing conditions that would allow the club to reopen.
The agreement was rubber-stamped today, although a date for reopening has not currently been set.