A crowdfunding campaign for London “superclub” fabric is doing well

A crowdfunding campaign for London “superclub” fabric has reached well over £200,000 in only a week.

Less than a month after Islington Council revoked the Farringdon venue’s licence, due to a “culture of drug use”, the crowdfund aims to “take on this fight”.

The campaign asks for people to “stand with us and contribute to the campaign fund” in order to start “a legal battle to re-open and stop this police oppression”.

“The last time we took the police on in court, we won,” they add.

fabric said: “We want to learn, we will try harder. We always have. We started this to create a safe place, a home – not a “superclub”.

“It’s about the fabric that unites us all, that stitches together race, gender, age and sexual preference into a brilliant tapestry.

“We invest in the best music, technology, interior and visual design and our staff and safety are industry leading.”

(Pic: Detech 02)

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