Fabric nightclub is situated in London at Charterhouse Street and is one of the most visited and most well known clubs in the entire city. Considered as one of the most elite nightclubs of the night, it hosts some of the finest music playing in the city.
Also the disc rotating by some of the most renowned DJ have given it the name that will take a lifetime to fade away but as the time progresses, this name has transformed from gold to platinum and that too in no time.
The Fabric nightclub has its attributes that have made it such a big hit in the city that other nightclubs idolize Fabric. From the range of 5 loud music systems that are employed, the nightclub offers the loudest and the best sound quality. Also the décor of the venue is both funky and instantly warm one.
Other things include the DJ playing, the vibe of great music, the dripping drinks and the never ending energy of the place.
But, apart from all the things that have made Fabric nightclub what it is, there are things that annoy people. Though they may not be an intentional gesture by the Fabric authorities but when the things go wild, so is the discipline.
There are long waiting queues outside the nightclub of clubbers waiting to gain the entry into the club. The entry is quite stringent, hence difficult to get, and involves the class of the Fabric at stake. Also being one of the elite clubs in the city, it is also elite in terms of the green that you will have to shell out.
It is rather expensive than the usual ones but money is not a question for the people making up the crowd. Also some other things include the extra darkness in the area and some of the things that go around by some nuisance morons that spoil the fervor.
Nevertheless, the rivers flow with its stones, so these things are immaterial when the temperature is boiling hot with energy and the enthusiasm is peaking, adrenaline rushing and the night beasts are ready to shake the floor for the night. It is this attitude, that supported by the Fabric nightclub, has made it a place to be after day fall.