RIP Cable Nightclub
Last Thursday, 2nd May 2013, Cable Night Club was forced to shut down by Network Rail. Having spent many hours inside the venue and working closely with all those in volved with the club we are sad to see things end up like they did. It seems as though in recent years more and more venues have been lost to the “corporate world” although, as many have pointed out, Cable was a business run for profit, it had firmly established itself as top contender in the capitals club options in brief space of time and was party to hosting some of the world’s biggest DJs and creating some of the underground music scenes current well known brands. With the past five years seeing the closure of The End, Turnmills, and The Key to name a few and if the property developers had their way Ministry of Sounds future would be looking uncertain. It is obvious that things are looking bleak for Londons club land. Just as well the Summer festival season is round the corner as declining venue options in the capital will surely soon take its toll on the frustrated ravers. Keep up to date with Cable by clicking here.