Fight to Save Fabric Continues, From Dance Marathons to Benefit Art Exhibitions

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A '#SaveFabric' sign hangs outside London's world famous Fabric nightclub on Charterhouse Street. 

The fundraising efforts to save London’s famed Fabric nightclub are at an all-time high. Petitions have been signed, special shows have taken place and social media has been anything but silent. 

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The #saveourculture campaign has a whole agenda lined up through the rest of 2016 to add to fundraising efforts. Events include a benefit art exhibition and a Fabric 90s launch party hosted by Scuba at Great Suffolk Street. One supporter even found a new way to donate to the cause – Tim Griffith, an audiovisual technician, launched a 24-hour dance marathon in an effort to raise money for Fabric. You can watch the video below.

Top UK Dance Promoters Join #saveourculture Campaign to Support Fabric Nightclub

Fabric has refused to go down without a fight and the nightclub has already raised over £284,000 toward the cause. The court date for Fabric’s appeal is set for Nov. 28. 




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