Fabric club is closed


This afternoon, the UK prime minister Boris Johnson advised the public to avoid “essential contact” with other people and “unnecessary travel” and to avoid clubs, bars, pubs, restaurants, theatres and other social spaces.

Several clubs, promoters and spaces announced event cancellations and indefinite closures today, Farringdon institution fabric among them. In a statement, the club’s team wrote, “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.”

In light of current world events, we’re temporarily closing the club as a health and safety precaution. Over the last…

Gepostet von fabriclondon am Montag, 16. März 2020

The Cause in Tottenham Hale and Ministry of Sound in Elephant and Castle all announced plans to close temporarily.

Egg London in King’s Cross followed suit on Tuesday morning, with many more clubs expected to do likewise in the coming days and weeks.

In a statement posted on social media, Fabric said: “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.”


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