To enter the venue you must be 19 and over. It's absolutely crucial you bring your ID with you. No ID, no entry.

We only accept a valid passport, foreign national ID cards, driving license or home office approved PASS hologram as identification and/or proof of age. Your ID will be scanned onto our ID scanning system as a condition of entry.
Part of the condition of entry is that you agree to a search on arrival and leaving the venue. It's part of our licence's conditions so if you refuse to be searched you will not be allowed to enter the club and if you refuse the exit search we will have to detain you and the police will be called.

Everyone and every bag will be fully searched and pass through our metal detectors.

We may ask you to come for a further search whilst inside the venue, either in response to something that has happened inside the venue or as part of our licensing obligation to randomly search people inside the smoking area. If you refuse one of these searches we have to detain you and the Police will be called.

fabric operates a zero tolerance drugs policy. Anyone found with illegal drugs will be banned from the venue and reported to the police. There will be additional measures on top of our search procedures that may be enacted when you visit fabric, this may include drug detection methods. For your protection and for the protection of our staff, all searches are conducted under full HD CCTV with voice recording.
fabric operates a zero tolerance policy to drugs. Anyone found with illegal drugs will be banned from the venue and reported to the police. Furthermore, anyone found to be asking for drugs or offering drugs will also be banned for life.

We will have drug disposal bins in the queues so you can deposit any drugs you may have with you.
Please contact Resident Advisor directly on the following link.

A member of their support staff will get back to you.
Tickets for all our events are sold via Resident Advisor – check our listings page for more info.

Advance tickets are valid all night, with priority entry until 1am. If you join the queue after 1am, you will be asked to queue with non-ticket holders. Entry before midnight tickets give a price discount for arriving before midnight. If you arrive after midnight you will be asked to pay the price difference for top tier advance tickets. If you arrive after 1am you will be asked to queue with non-ticket holders.

Please note: in an effort to prevent touting, ticket barcodes are sent out to customers via the RA Guide App and members login area 48 hours ahead of the event.

For sold out events, RA also runs a resale service – more info is available here. For any other advance ticketing enquiries, contact RA here.
Advance tickets: These are valid all night and give priority entry until 1am. If you arrive after 1am you will be asked to queue with non-ticket holders.

Entry before midnight tickets: Give a price discount for arriving before midnight. If you arrive after midnight you will be asked to pay the price difference for top tier advance tickets. If you arrive after 1am you will be asked to queue with non-ticket holders.
Although we recommend purchasing tickets in advance to avoid a longer queue at the door, we always keep approximately 50% of our tickets for on the door sales. If advance tickets are sold out, more will be available on the door from the start of the party, which is usually 11pm. We strongly advise arriving early to avoid long queues and waiting times.

We do not allow re-entry, so you cannot buy your tickets at the start of the night then come back later. To beat the queues, you can also join fabricfirst.
Let a member of staff know immediately, they will not judge you and are all trained to offer advice and if necessary will refer you to our medic team. You will not face a ban if you report to us as unwell, your health and safety is paramount.
We encourage all our visitors to take regular fresh air breaks from the dance floor. Head to Room Three where there is space to sit down and have a breather.
We operate a casual dress code so jeans, trainers and caps are allowed. If you'd like to check if a particular item of clothing is permitted ? please call the office between 10am-7pm. And yes, you can wear shorts in the club. We do not allow fancy dress, business suits, team colours or any day glow wear.
Our normal opening hours are 11pm across Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Opening times for our daytime parties can vary – keep an eye on the listings for full info. To avoid the queues you can purchase advance tickets from our website.

Alternatively you can buy fabricfirst membership to gain priority entry to our weekend events - go here to sign up.
We don't offer a paying guest list. We reserve a small guest list for guests of DJs, staff members, press and other companies affiliated with fabric. For priority entry into the club before 1am on Fridays and Saturdays, please purchase your tickets in advance via the website.
FABRICLIVE happens on two Fridays each month and caters to drum & bass, dubstep, grime and other bass heavy sounds.

Forms takes place on the alternate two Fridays to FABRICLIVE, and mainly features a bold set of house, techno and disco sounds.

fabric at fabric happens every Saturday and consists of a mix of house, techno, tech house and electronica.

Sundays are hosted by a diverse range of parties including WetYourSelf!, Pig&Dan’s Odyssey, and other LGBTQ friendly nights. Generally the music policy leans towards house and techno.

For more information on any of our nights you can call the office between 10am-7pm or take a look at the listings page.
No, sorry. Fridays are normally drum & bass, dubstep, grime and other bass heavy sounds with occasional forays into techno, electro and house. Saturdays and Sundays are a mix of house, techno, tech house and electronica.
We are always on the lookout for talented and enthusiastic staff to fill the following positions:

Bar staff
Floor staff
Cocktail bartenders
Cloakroom staff
Security and stewards
Welfare staff

If you think you have what it takes please email info@fabriclondon.com and remember to keep an eye on our website for updates.
fabric is located at 77a Charterhouse Street, London, EC1M 6HJ

The nearest tube station is Farringdon which is on the Hammersmith and City, Metropolitan and Circle Lines. We're also close to Chancery Lane which is on the Central Line and runs 24 hours on weekends.

Once you come out Farringdon you turn left, walk all the way up Cowcross Street until you get to Paul's patisserie on the corner on your right. Turn right at Paul's patisserie and fabric is one minute further down this street on your right. We have extensive map and travel information here.

Please make sure that you have your ticket or valid oyster card before you enter the station and remember that when you leave fabric it may be classed as the next day on the tube.
We have a few hotels situated close to fabric. Most are within walking distance and a few are a bit further out. To view hotels within the fabric area take a look at our travel page.
If you lose something at fabric, you can call the office to check if your item is on the found property list.

If your item is on the list or you left something in the cloakroom and still have the ticket you can collect at the following times;

Tuesdays: 4pm-8pm
Fri, Sat & Sun: 10pm-11pm

For all enquires contact tel; 0207 336 8898 - Option 1, leaving a message stating what you lost and when. All enquires are only dealt with on a Tuesday during the above hours so please be patient in receiving a reply.

Or email cloakroom@fabriclondon.com with the same details.
If your items are not in the department you may not be contacted.

We only hold onto items for 4 weeks. After this time the items will be disposed of.
We do not allow any unauthorised filming or photography during club nights. Anyone found doing this without prior permission is at risk of having his or her property confiscated. For all clearance on filming and photography please email press@fabriclondon.com.

We play music for dancing and encourage you to do the same. phone off, disco on!
For various reasons we are unable to confirm set times until the night of the event. For Fridays and Saturdays, please call after 9pm on the night of the event.
For security reasons, we are not allowed to give out these details. We advise you search the internet for their booking agent's info or their management team who will be able to help you further with your enquiry. Also check the inlays of their CDs where this information is often provided.
Please email info@fabriclondon.com a 30 minute long demo mix along with some biographical information about yourself if you would like to play at the club. Due to the volume of demos we receive, we cannot reply to everyone, however we do listen to every submission. We will contact you directly if we are interested in booking you, so please include an up to date contact number and email address.
Student tickets can be purchased via Resident Advisor and on the door on the night of the event. We accept valid UK student photo ID only. Please note there are restrictions on what institutions we extend this offer to, you can enquire on the door whether a discount will be valid.
For VIP table bookings please email: vip@fabriclondon.com
For Private hire, please email: events@fabriclondon.com

Please note: We do not allow all male groups or stag nights into the venue.
For the majority of our nights, we offer priority queue jump entry to our fabricfirst members. To become a member of fabricfirst or for more info, click here.
You are entitled to a complimentary ticket for your PA. Once you have purchased your ticket, please e-mail info@fabriclondon.com with your booking reference and the following documentation:

A letter from the Department of Works and Pensions confirming your entitlement to the higher or middle rate mobility/care component of Disability Living Allowance, or your letter confirming your PIP (no specific level).

A letter from your GP confirming the nature of your disability

BD8 Certificate (Visually Impaired customers only)


You will need to bring your ticket with you on the night.

If you want to buy a ticket on the door (student, fabricfirst, general admission, or late entry), then you can send in your documentation in advance of the show that you want to see and we can arrange for the tickets to be available for you, subject to the venue capacity at the time that you arrive at the front of the queue.

Once we have received your documentation, you can request for us to hold them on file so that you do not have to keep sending it in if you want to visit us regularly, subject to document expiration. If you would like us to do this, please let us know when you e-mail in your documentation.
Your password can be resent to you here.
Yes, but we have a rather temperamental lift so please phone us to check that it is working!
Yes you can. However, all medication and equipment will need to be registered with our on-site medics provided it is in the manufacturer's original packaging. We strongly encourage that all medication and medical equipment is stored with our on-site medics wherever possible, and that you use our medic room when administering any medication. The medics will show you the area we use exclusively for our medics and any member of fabric staff or security can escort you to the medic room should you need to use the area.
We have a zero tolerance policy to any form of harassment to all our customers and are part of Hollaback's Good Night Out campaign. If someone is making you feel uncomfortable then please notify a member of staff, they are all trained to help you. You can also read our harassment policy here.
We are just a short walk from Chancery Lane tube station which now operates the 24 hour Central Line on both Friday and Saturday nights. There is also a licenced taxi service that operates outside the club which you can arrange on exit.
What information fabric is collecting on you and lawful basis for processing
When you enter fabric, we scan your identification details into our computer based identification entry system (“the System”). We do this in order to comply with condition 10 of our Premises Licence, issued under the Licensing Act 2003. Any information in your identification documents will therefore be stored on our System, potentially indefinately. Full details of this condition and our Premises Licence can be obtained by contacting either fabric at info@fabriclondon.com or Islington Council by searching the Premises Licence register at www.islington.gov.uk

What are fabric using the data for?
The only instances of the data being used as part of an investigation into any incident, respond to any request from Police or to respond to any subject access request from the data subject, once identified. Your data will not be released to any other third party

Your rights
A condition of entering fabric is to have your data scanned. We are not permitted to grant entry to anyone who does not wish to have their data processed and stored on our system under our Premises Licence. Fabric shall at all times process your personal data in accordance with its obligations under applicable data protection laws including GDPR and the Data Protection Act 2018. Please contact us at info@fabriclondon.com if you require any information on any of the following:
Access to your information You can find out what information we hold about you (if any) by making a subject access request
Right to object and withdrawing consent, right to erasure Due to our obligations to process and store data in order to comply with our Premises Licence it is not possible for us to process any withdrawal of consent or right to erasure request. We must store the information of any customers, staff and visitors who enter fabric during any Core Club Night.
How to contact us if you are not happy Should you have any questions about your data or wish to make a complaint, you can contact our Data Controller (Luke Laws) by email at info@fabriclondon.com or call 0207 336 8898
What to do if you remain dissatisfied If you remain dissatisfied by fabric’s response to your complaint you have the right to refer the case to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) who will investigate your complaint and will give an independent ruling on the issues you have raised. You can contact ICO at www.ico.org.uk/global/contact-us/
Changes to this Privacy Notice Please note that this Privacy Notice will be reviewed, and may change, from time to time. The last review and update was conducted on 02-07-2019