Fabric at 20: can the superclub cling to its crown?

Culture The Guardian

For two decades, the Farringdon club has brought underground dance into the mainstream. But with increasing costs and less adventurous punters, it faces serious challenges If there’s one word that flashes, strobe-like, when London’s Fabric nightclub is mentioned, it is “resilience”. Despite the changing whims of dance music fans over the decades and a much-publicised closure in 2016, this year Fabric is celebrating a double decade of dancefloor dynamite. It has survived in a stifling climate for clubs where few others could. Fabric opened in October 1999 in a former meat storage unit in …

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