- Co-founder Cameron Leslie has confirmed the club will appeal the council's ruling to revoke its license.
London nightclub fabric will appeal Islington Council's decision to revoke its license.
Club co-founder Cameron Leslie confirmed the plan to appeal to Resident Advisor. As it stands, fabric is permanently closed following Tuesday's night's decision which saw the club lose its license. More than 155,000 people signed an online petition for fabric to stay open.
The Farringdon club has already won one appeal against Islington Council, with a court overturning an attempt by the council to enforce strict security measures like sniffer dogs and ID scans.