London's clubbing community came together last year to help save Fabric when the nightclub had its license revoked after a review into two drug-related deaths at the club. After a huge campaign, and support by people from across London's clubbing scene, it finally reopened its doors.
Now Fabric is giving back. After Amanda Moss, one of the founders of Corsica Studios - easily one of London's most exciting small clubs - announced she need to find £100k to fund her treatment for a very rare and life threatening form of cancer, Fabric have put their old sound system on eBay. The winning bid will be split 50/50, raising money to help Amanda, and to keep one of London's most exciting club spaces open.
Text Felix Petty
Photography Fabio Venni