Fabric London nightclub has closed temporarily

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Another London nightclub has shuts its doors due to the Coronavirus

Famous London nightclub ‘Fabric‘ has just announced a temporary closure due to the Coronavirus aka COVID-19…

Fabric London

Egg London and The Cause have already closed up and I can see a few more taking the decision as a precaution!


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In light of current world events, we’re temporarily closing the club as a health and safety precaution. • Over the last few weeks we’ve been following the UK government’s advice on dealing with the COVID-19 outbreak. Based on the latest advice given by the government earlier on this afternoon, we’ve decided that pausing our club schedule is essential. While we’re saddened by the whole situation, we believe that this is the right thing to do at this moment in time. • Like many other industries, the entire electronic music ecosystem is facing a hugely challenging period as a result of this crisis. We want to send our thoughts out to every artist, agent and promoter facing event cancellations, and thank everyone we work with for their ongoing support and cooperation. • We’re also thinking of the other clubs, music venues and their teams around the world that are currently on standstill. Though the circumstances were different last time around, we’ve been in a similar position before and will pull through this together. • Our community is one of our biggest strengths, and once the overall outlook improves, our collective energy will make us more united. Through difficult times such as this, music will always be an incredibly powerful force – even if it can’t be enjoyed from the dancefloor. • We’re looking into rescheduling as many of our upcoming dates as possible, and will be offering refunds for all of our cancelled in-house events. These will be processed automatically by our ticketing partner Resident Advisor – there is no need to get in touch with us directly. • We’ll share more updates as we have them via our website and social channels, in the meantime we hope that everyone stays safe and positive through this turbulent time. • fabric

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