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fabric

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Country: England

City: London

Address: 77A Charterhouse St, Clerkenwell, London EC1M 6HJ

Phone number: +44 20 7336 8898

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Back at Fabric this saturday, missed the huge amount of b...
Back at Fabric this saturday, missed the huge amount of b...
Last night was a blast!
Last night was a blast!
One of my favorite rooms in the world!
One of my favorite rooms in the world!
me at @fabriclondonofficial the other weekend.
me at @fabriclondonofficial the other weekend.
The last FABRICLIVE of the year and we went out with a bang!
The last FABRICLIVE of the year and we went out with a bang!
@fabriclondonofficial <br />
xo
@fabriclondonofficial
xo
Legowelt Live @ Fabric // 02.03.19 // 087
Legowelt Live @ Fabric // 02.03.19 // 087
Sunday funday #Fuse #fabriclondon #sundayfunday #techno
Sunday funday #Fuse #fabriclondon #sundayfunday #techno
TODAY WE RAVE The wait is finally over as we takeover @fa...
TODAY WE RAVE The wait is finally over as we takeover @fa...
1st ever time going to fabric
1st ever time going to fabric
Great vibes at Fabric, London last month for Trance Sanct...
Great vibes at Fabric, London last month for Trance Sanct...
What an amazing night on Sunday @fabriclondonofficial, th...
What an amazing night on Sunday @fabriclondonofficial, th...

Reviews

#1
Came to fabric on a Saturday night and I must say it was one of the best nights in terms of organisation I have been to in the UK.

we arrived shortly before midnight with a small queue which went down very quickly due to the door staff being organised, small things like being given a bowl to place your pocket belongings in before reaching the search area really helps! The door staff were really friendly and even cracked a few jokes with us too, unlike other venues where they seem like machines. Once in we went to the bar (in the mezz room) and got served in no time, by a friendly efficient bar guy, who even remembered our round when when I returned!.. bar queues were minimal the max we waited for a drink was 5 minutes tops! Drinks prices are standard London club prices (5.50 for a single rum and coke) All other staff we encountered were friendly and smiley too!

Room 1 was the only room open but it was buzzing! Good sound system, good lights and amazing techno to boot! We danced all night long!... that sound system is UNREAL one of the best in the city!

Being a seasoned clubber and going to venues around the world it is nice to see a UK club getting the small things right... it really does make a difference!
Review by partypoopens

Source: https://www.tripadvisor.com

#2
Well, Fabric is an institution when it comes to electronic music. Forget the luxurious clubs, the “bling-bling” attitude and go for techno.

With line-ups that you can make you scream, if you are a fan of proper electronic and techno music, this is the place to be. Huge (and still almost always crowded), with top-notch sound system and lights it offers the perfect underground experience.

Of course, you have the big waiting lines, the terribly annoying security that treats you as a drug dealer and smelly toilets, but in the end this is an underground venue, so all the negatives are part of the game...
Review by MaksimsReviews

Source: https://www.tripadvisor.com

#3
Fabric's still known as one of the best clubs in the world, and even after its rough last few years, it still holds on to that status.

Having been into electronic music (mainly drum & bass) for years now I remember the place before all the controversy, and like most people said it has changed.
I'll try not to be too elitist about this, but Fabric's become somewhat of a tourist spot now, which is both good and bad. Nothing against anyone who is new to the scene and wants to check the club out or contribute to keeping the place going, obviously, but the students who tend to turn up just because of the name can ruin the 'underground' vibe the club used to have.

Having said that, i've never really seen any trouble there, and the real crackdown on drugs and tightening of security has made a very safe environment, you're never usually more than 5 metres away from a member of staff. The new checks though have made entrance a bit of a nightmare, it takes a while now, with almost airport style security, although there seems to only be two ID checkers which seems ridiculous for the amount of people fabric caters for.
But that's only a small downer on fabric's reputation. The club still delivers some of the best lineups in the UK, and the system in room 2 is ear shattering (earplugs a must if you value your hearing). Yeah the drinks are expensive, but pre-drinks are your friends here.

The club's had a turbulent few years, and it's understandable that changes had to be made which may not make things run as smoothly as they once did, but try to ignore the hype, and go and listen to some world class electronic music.
Review by Hyxxxx

Source: https://www.tripadvisor.com

#4
The club is very big and also very well organized. The controls are enforced harder than at the airport but this, as the history of the club proves, has an unpleasant reason.
The music system on mainfloor was great with, yes, absolutely noticeable basses.
The drink prices are okay, a bit too expensive, but overall okay.
Many of the people who were there are obviously not fans of electronic music. To get to know new people and to find lovely girls also the right place.
The entrance fee of 25 pounds was maybe a bit much but it was a great night.
Review by Dominik Z

Source: https://www.google.com

#5
Fabric is such a place where you wont remember what happened inside until next day. Whenever I go there, the electro music just hits me straight to brain. I would recommend a late night visit if you want to get rid of your energy. 25 quid entrance was a bit surprising but I believe it is the way to keep the business on top. They are checking bags and jackets and pockets really tight which is good because sometimes there people taking more drugs than they should do. For a fun late night I recommend.
Review by Yener Ciner

Source: https://www.google.com

#6
Rip-off club with unprofessional, rude and ignorant bouncers.
It's very expensive to get in, and you have to wait in a queue for a long time and then be thoroughly searched as if you are some kind of criminal. We overheard the bouncers making both homophobic and racist remarks which is absolutely disgusting. Drinks prices are a 100% rip-off. My worst London club experience to date. If they don't want people to use drugs inside the club, then maybe they should charge sensible prices for drinks? Not six quid for a half pint can of beer.

Bouncers should be nice to the customers, after all if there were no customers they would be out of a job, but I doubt they have the power to think that far ahead.
Review by Terry_Onads

Source: www.tripadvisor.com

#7
Amazing club! A bit pricey but OK. The only negative it’s that it feels like a maze at the beginning! Check out a night that has music you like and you wiln not get disappointed! Sound system is fantastic!
Review by Martin Åberg

Source: www.google.com

#8
My friends and I had expected a nice night out but were sadly disappointed. Although I enjoy edm, the music wasn’t very interesting. The staff at the cloakroom had apparently gave us the wrong tickets which obviously resulted in a lot of confusion when picking up our coats. Will not be returning.
Review by Emily Zhang

Source: www.google.com

#9
You go there to hook up, not for the music.
They have a good soundsystem but the music they play (usually techno) is just decent. Anyways most people who go there don't know anything about electronic music and barely even dance, they only go there to find a one night stand. It kind of reminded me of Annabel in Rotterdam.
So overall a pricey experience (£20+ for admission) for what would be considered a basic club in mainland Europe.
Review by Lorène GAUDIN

Source: www.google.com

#10
Following my recent visit to the "new" Fabric, I can safely say the owners have stepped up their game. Still fantastic guests, lights and music. BUT with much better safety and cleanliness. I didn't see anyone madly rolling,  the staff were very attentive, the lounge area and bathrooms clean, plus it wasn't as dark as previously which used to encourage pick pocketing.
Review by Amelie Jannoe

Source: www.google.com

#11
Of all the clubs I've been to in London, I'd say Fabric is the best - superb sound system, very happy crowd, great staff, and a wide variety of events focused on different genres (from Classic House to D&B). I'd recommend getting a Fabricfirst membership; well worth the money.
Review by Chay Donohoe

Source: www.google.com

Description

fabric is one of London's premier venues, hosting weekly lineups featuring the foremost names in electronic music. The club is known for its purpose-built, three-room layout and world-class soundsystems. Fridays at fabric are shared between Fabriclive and Forms. The former covers drum & bass, grime, dubstep, UKG, bassline and everything in between, while Forms showcases lively house, techno, disco and more. Acts range from international stars to local names, and regular artists include Kasra, Fabio & Grooverider, Skream and Monki. Saturdays at fabric are reserved for cutting-edge house, techno, electro, minimal, dub techno and anything else that fits, delivered by internationally renowned DJs and accomplished live acts. Regular guests include Ricardo Villalobos, Ben Klock and Seth Troxler alongside residents Craig Richards and Terry Francis. fabric also runs two record labels, Fabric Records, home to a long-running and highly-respected mix CD series, and Houndstooth, an offshoot label run by Rob Booth.

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