November is proving to be quite a tough month for live music venues, it appears; after the sad news regarding Buffalo Bar's imminent closure, the legendary Madame Jojo's has had its licence revoked by the council.

The news comes from promoters White Heat, responsible for a weekly new music night every Tuesday at the club. They posted the following statement on their Facebook page:

"We know a lot of you have been waiting to hear about what's been going on with White Heat over the past few weeks," it reads. "About a month ago our home of ten years, Madame Jojo's, was shut down due to a serious incident of disorder outside. Yesterday the council decided to revoke the venue's licence rendering us homeless and its staff, our friends, out of a job. We've been forced to cancel all of our foreseeable shows at the venue and it's probably going to be impossible to have one last hurrah at Jojo's for old times sake."

Madame Jojo's had already been shut down for a week following a violent incident in October, but the council decided to extend the closure for an extra month; the club's future is now uncertain but it's highly unlikely to resumes its activities anytime soon.