Fabric rumoured to be in advanced talks with Islington Council to reopen
After having their licence revoked back at the start of September, iconic London clubbing institution Fabric is reportedly in advanced talks with Islington Council to hopefully reopen soon.
The London super-club was one of the most famous and popular clubs in the world and was a favorite of many DJs and fans alike until its sudden closure following the death of two young patrons over the summer. However, following a massive push from hundreds within the electronic music industry ranging from DJs to promoters to regular fans, it looks as though there still may be hope yet for Fabric to reopen.
The club has been reported to be in advanced talks with Islington Council to agree to new licensing conditions which would allow the club to reopen. A court appeal of the decision to revoke the licence is already set for Monday November 28th, but a decision on the club’s future could already be made before then if an agreement is reached between both parties. Although there’s no word from either parties yet, Fabric co-owner Cameron Leslie did reveal “I’m not at liberty to say whether [discussions] are being had or not.” For the club to reopen it would be a monumental victory for dance music fans and artists alike worldwide.