Par Olivia Cassano

Fabric has been one of London's most iconic cultural landmarks for almost two decades, so when the club was forced to shut down after having their licence revoked, club pundits reacted accordingly.

In an bid to appeal Islington Council's decisions, fan have been participating in the #saveourculture campaign with fundraising events - including more ~creative~ approaches like a single-man 24 hour dance marathon.

With the appeal confirmed for November 28, London's House Of Vans will host a part-club night part- retrospective in honour of Fabric's legacy. The concert/art exhibition will feature sets from heavyweight DJs including DJ Hype, IC3, Ed Rush and Optical, as well a visual history of the club with snapshots from the Fabric's in-house photographers Sarah Ginn, Nick Ensing, Danny Seaton, Anna Mills and more in their gallery space.

The night will be entirely about "celebrating the FABRICLIVE ethos" and all proceeds will go to Fabric's #saveourculture campaign.

If you're down to show your support to save London's crumbling nightclub scene, or just want to dance to some sick bass beats tomorrow night (October 12), buy tickets here.

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