The Cause in London has closed temporarily

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Another London nightclub is closing its doors due to COVID-19

Another closure in London as The Cause nightclub has announced in a statement this morning on social media it will be closed due to the Coronavirus aka COVID-19….

The Cause London

This is the second London nightclub to announce a temporary closure as Egg London has also closed its doors for the moment!


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COVID-19 STATEMENT – TEMPORARY CLOSURE Aside from a small friends & family gathering we have not opened over the last few days and will not be open next weekend until more unfolds. Beyond that, we simply can not tell right now. It’s been very difficult to work out what the right or wrong thing to do is regarding the rapidly evolving coronavirus situation. Initially we thought we should put various measures in place and follow the Government recommendations in order to protect our business, staff, suppliers, industry and economy, but in all honesty, it just doesn’t feel right at the moment. If you have purchased tickets for any of next weekends shows please speak directly to the promoters and / or ticket agents where you purchased from. The industry is taking a big hit at the moment, please be gentle and thoughtful over this. Postponement, rather than refunds is the only logical option for many promoters in order to survive this. Your £15 ticket refund will likely not affect you, but in mass numbers refunded will kill our scene. Culture grows and thrives in turbulent times. Punk and acid house are proof of this. A positive revolution may be around the corner. Hold tight, stay safe and stay positive. The party will continue when ready and we’ll strike back with a bang – stay tuned x

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