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Cable Nightclub Forced To Close By National Rail

Cable Nightclub – a kingpin of London’s nightlife is set to close due to National Rail legal battle.

Yesterday afternoon, the news began to spread that Cable Nightclub – one the most revered and respected London music venues has been forced to close due to an ongoing legal battle with National Rail.

The London Bridge based venue released a statement yesterday informing the world of their closure via Facebook. The statement tells us that the closure is due to a prospective redevelopment of London Bridge station, under which Cable Resides.

Bailiffs outside Cable London yesterday

The team’s statement reads: “This is not only a huge loss to the loyal fans and staff of Cable, but to London’s clubbing community as a whole…We are obviously devastated and still in shock by the news and know there will be questions. As you can appreciate, there is much work to be done and many arrangements to be made behind the scenes.”

Since its doors opened in 2009, Cable London has played host to a number of regular club nights as well as a vast array of one-off parties. The news comes as a shock for clubbers, as Cable has been scheduled to host DJ Hell, Renegade Hardware and Function over the next few weeks. However the Cable team have assured ticket holders that news regarding future events will follow in due course.

A sad day for the London Clubbing scene. Farewell Cable.

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