Fight for Fabric

Fight for Fabric

Dance like nobody's watching and fight to #SaveFabric at camden's pop up club

London’s beloved nightclub and world-renowned venue Fabric closed just over a month ago due to police fears for public safety. The closure has prompted a backlash from avid clubgoers who have taken to Twitter to vent their anger with the hashtag #SaveFabric, as well launching an online petition and crowdfunding appeal that has already raised over £230,000. As part of the #SaveFabric campaign, Camden Market’s North Yard will host a two-day pop-up in celebration of the dance music mecca. 

Partygoers will be able to relive the magic of Fabric with resident DJ Terry Francis who will take to the decks to play his legendary tech beats with the addition of some surprise guests. Visitors will also be able to purchase exclusive merchandise including signed CDs and #savefabric t-shirts. 

Over the past 17 years the club has seen over 5,000 artists pass through its door as well as welcoming over 6 million clubbers.

  • Words: Rebecca Parker