Fabric may be on the verge of reopening but strict licensing laws and increased pressure for more housing is at the forefront of venue closure. What is happening to Britain’s nightlife? Is clubbing under threat in the future?
Over the last decade, 50% of Britain’s most treasured clubs have closed their doors and more are under pressure from the strain of the city needing to produce more homes. But how has this affected clubbing? Clubs can no longer stay open with strict licensing laws and local residents complaining about the noise.
I needed to find out whether we should prepare ourselves for a complete change in the world of clubbing. Would there now be a rise in day raves? Will we see an increase in illegal squat raves in the future? Fore more information on my project, you can follow my process on my blog here.
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