Man dances for 24 hours to raise money for Fabric London

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A host of voices have spoken up in favor of Fabric, the famed London nightclub that is facing the prospect of permanent closure after two drug-related deaths that took place earlier this year. After Fabric announced that it would need some financial help to appeal the revocation of their operating license, fans and music enthusiasts started donating. The funding campaign has reached over $280,000 thus far.A number of other influencers have also taken it upon themselves to donate to Fabric’s cause, such as Tim Griffith, who launched a 24-hour dance marathon to help raise more money for Fabric. Griffith is an audiovisual technician who lists music as his number one passion. The court date for Fabric’s appeal is set to take place on Monday, November 28, 2016.A video posted by Charlie Hunter (@chas00000) on Oct 7, 2016 at 5:07am PDTH/T: Resident AdvisorRead More:Good Morning Mix: Busy P shares Justice mix from Fabric in 2007Fabric’s appeal hearing to take place in NovemberFabric turns to fans to help cover appeal costs

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