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A club-lover's club, spread across 25,000 square feet
One of Britain's top-drawer clubs, Fabric showcases too many music genres to list, but it's worth mentioning that one of its three main areas features a "bodysonic" dance floor in which clubbers literally experience the bass below their feet. Located in atmospherically olde-worlde Smithfield — in the shadow of a grand Victorian meat market — Fabric is a gay-friendly straight club, frequented in the past by Pet Shop Boys Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe. Unisex toilets. The club closed in September 2016 following two drug-related deaths, making headlines and triggering a campaign to reverse the decision. With support from London Mayor Sadiq Khan and following council negotiations proscribing a "zero tolerance" drugs policy, Fabric was given a new lease of life, from January 2017. Check website for themed nights and messy Friday-to-Sunday opening hours. Tube station: Farringdon.