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8.30.19

The New Face of London's Nightlife

From Tate Lates to SOPHIE at the Southbank Centre, more arts venues are putting on electronic music nights. But is this a product of London’s continuing refusal to invest in nightlife?

11.14.17

Here's What London's Night Czar Has Done in Her First Year

Appraising Amy Lamé's first 12 months on the job.

11.6.17

Call Super On Berlin’s Glory Days and His Exploratory House

The Berlin-based producer returns with his second album of modern electronic music.

6.12.17

Fabric's Cat-Naming Contest is the Truest Display of PLUR

Or should we say, PURR?

1.23.17

These Hand-Embroidered Scenes Tell Mysterious Stories

Embroidery artist Michelle Kingdom takes time to let her needlework tell stories.

1.10.17
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1.9.17

An Artist's Alter Ego Brings Otherworldly Textiles to Life

A Chilean creative producer is using an alter ego to call attention to the importance of handmade garments.

1.9.17

We Went to Fabric's Grand Reopening to See If It Was Still the Best Club in Town

Tightened security and dismal weather couldn't dampen our spirits as we stepped into the London institution for the first time since it re-opened.

1.5.17

At Inquest into Teenager's Drug Death, Coroner Said Problem is Bigger than Fabric

There was a hearing for Jack Crossley today, who was one of two 18-year-olds to die at the club this summer.

12.19.16

London Mayor Sadiq Khan Names Fabric Lawyer as Chair of New Night Time Commission

Kolvin will work alongside recently-appointed night czar Amy Lamé.

12.2.16

Fabric to Reopen on January 6

"It will be a cherished moment in our history."

11.26.16

Poetic Textiles Tell a History Woven by Women

Francesca Capone looks at textiles as a poetic language that tells a version of history from a female perspective.

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