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A of iconic venues have closed in recent years. The club had its licence revoked after after a knife attack in the club and an alleged fight with doormen last October.
Some have disappeared because of financial problems or property development, but many, like Fabric, have been Sexy ebony woman wanting swing club to drug-related crime.
Two founders of Fabric were behind the first attempt, Matter, in but it was forced to close in This was due to a delay in improving the Jubilee Line, which connects the arena with central London. Fabric was closed permanently on Tuesday night following the deaths of two teenagers.
There were two attempts to run a successful club in a space at London's O2 Arena but neither found much success. Cream Nation, Liverpool: First dance - last dance Hacienda, Manchester: First dance - last dance Gatecrasher: First dance - last dance Space, Ibiza: First dance - last dance Gatecrasher One was a hugely popular Sheffield club until it was destroyed by fire in and found a new home in Birmingham.
It reopened as Proud2 but was closed down for 28 days in after two stabbings in the venue, a decision its owner called "absurd". Cream now hosts a club night at Ibiza club Amnesia during peak season and festival Creamfields is one of the UK's biggest dance events.
Watch our documentary, where have all the clubs gone? It later reopened, but the lengthy closure had affected trade and Proud2 later went into administration. In the UK's first ecstasy-related Sex bomb gates oregon happened at the venue and the club's legacy was also marred by shootings and violence in and around it.
Following the closure in Birmingham, Gatecrasher secured a temporary lease back in Sheffield with plans to reopen before the end of Space in Ibiza has been one of the biggest clubs on the island since it opened in Situated close to the airport, its outdoor terrace was known for the roar of jet engines as planes flew clubbers on and off the island.
The club had its licence revoked by Islington Council after two year-olds died after taking drugs in the club.
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The club is closing - at least in its current, iconic location - on 2 October but it may re-open elsewhere in Ibiza. But to many, it was perhaps best known as the home of G. The Astoria was closed, and later demolished, to make way for London's Crossrail expansion.
It couldn't have been any more late '80s. Fabric, London: First dance - last dance The Astoria, London: First dance - last dance Image source, Getty Images.
The Birmingham venue was closed in November after a string of violent incidents at the 2, capacity venue.
The Farringdon club could now follow some famous names which have disappeared from the map. Cream is one of the biggest names in clubbing, but Pretty girl jonquiere original Liverpool venue, Cream Nation, is no more, having been demolished in early After leaving the venue inCream returned several times a year for one-off specials and the owners are now planning to build an underground venue where Cream Nation once stood.
Image source, Alamy. The ship played a huge role in local nightlife, but many residents were thrilled when the "eyesore" was taken to Greece and sold as scrap.
The Metropolitan Police believe keeping Fabric open would cause further drug-related deaths and Islington Council described a "culture of drugs" at the venue.
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It is widely believed that people at the club were spending their money on drugs, not alcohol. Around staff will now lose their jobs as Fabric becomes the latest major club to disappear from the UK scene.
The Hacienda closed as a club in and was demolished in to make way for a block of flats, which are controversially named The Hacienda Apartments.
Cheryl Cole is believed to have once worked on the Tuxedo Princess when it was moved to Newcastle and the parents of The 's Matt Healy got engaged on the ship. Celebrities, DJs and clubbers have spoken about their shock at Fabric's permanent closure, while support has also come from official channels.
Clubbers have Women for sex igoudar with shock and disappointment at the closure of London's Fabric nightclub. Prior to its demolition, Crosby Homes held a charity auction to sell items from the club, with former party animals and DJs attending to buy everything from the DJ booth to radiators.