Earlier this year, London club Fabric closed its doors after the council's decision to revoke its license, but now, the appeal against their decision is heading back to court. A "culture of drugs" was the Islington council's decision for the closure but they soon faced mass amounts of criticism from artists and music fans - as well as the mayor of London. Over 150,000 people signed a petition to save the venue and over £253,000 was raised for an appeal fund.

Managing director Gary Kilbey has confirmed that they are officially able to fight the decision. "We have engaged a legal team headed by industry heavyweight Philip Kolvin QC and assisted by leading licensing solicitors Woods Whur," he said.