UPDATE: FABRIC HAS BEEN SAVED FROM CLOSURE ON CONDITION THAT THEY STEP UP THEIR SECURITY BY HAVING POLICE TRAINED SNIFFER DOGS ON PATROL AND INTRODUCING ID CHECKS ON ALL CLUBBERS.
The award-winning and world famous London nightclub Fabric is at risk of losing its licence and facing closure following drug-related deaths and incidents. According to a report by ITV, in September a teenage girl died after taking MDMA in the club. And the police say eight people have collapsed (and four later died) in the last three year.
The club has been open for 15 years since 1999 and is famous for hosting house music and techno nights. Their licence is currently under review by the licencing committee. Fabric released a statement on their website:
“In short, we care deeply about the welfare of our patrons. fabric has always operated a zero tolerance drugs policy and we’re proud to continue to be open and honest in assisting the police with any incident investigations.” Read full statement here