In celebration of its 25th anniversary, fabric London has announced an exciting book project that will chronicle the club’s history from its inception to the present day.
The book will be published by White Rabbit Books, a renowned avant-garde publisher specializing in music and related literature. Known for their forward-thinking approach, White Rabbit Books will produce a range of editions, including limited editions and signed copies.
Renowned music journalist and writer Joe Muggs will contribute extensively to the book, which will delve into fabric’s journey from its opening on October 29, 1999, in Farringdon by founders Keith Reilly and Cameron Leslie to its current status as an iconic institution.
fabric London is inviting the public to be an integral part of this special project, just as they have been throughout the club’s remarkable 25-year journey.
“We have always considered our dancers and community to be vital in shaping our history since our doors first opened in 1999,” fabric expressed. “To celebrate this significant milestone, we are collaborating with White Rabbit on a truly unique endeavor and we warmly invite you to participate.”
The club encourages individuals to share their cherished memories and impactful stories related to fabric. Whether it’s recounting unforgettable DJ sets, tales of newfound friendships and connections, first dates experienced within the venue’s walls, or personal involvement in the #savefabric campaign, all contributions are welcome.
fabric is interested in a wide range of material, including photographs, videos, audio snippets, merchandise mementos, archive flyers and stickers, wristband photos, and even track IDs that serve as a soundtrack to one’s fabric journey.
The deadline for submissions is August 7, 2023, and participants can submit their material via the provided form.
Join fabric London in commemorating its extraordinary legacy by sharing your personal fabric experiences and becoming a part of this remarkable book project.
Written by: Artificial Intelligence Technology