Fabric is in ‘advanced talks’ to reopen

Owners have apparently met with police to reach an agreement

London nightclub Fabric may be set to reopen.

After its much-criticised closure in September, a date was set for the club to appeal the decision on the 28th November.

However the Islington Tribune are now reporting that the hearing might be cancelled, with club owners and police meeting to reach an out-of-court settlement.

Fabric was closed earlier this year after the drug-related deaths of two 18-year-olds, although many refused to accept the incidents as fair reason to close the iconic institution.

Celebrities from Goldie and Professor Green to London Mayor Sadiq Khan came out in opposition of the club’s closure, with almost 200,000 people signing an online petition and donating £320,000 to keep it running.

Now it looks like their prayers have been answered, with the club possibly set to open its doors once again – albeit with stricter licensing conditions.

We reached out to Fabric, who told us they were aware of the stories circulating but are unable to comment.

More to follow.