As nightclubs and venues in England reopen without restrictions, revellers celebrated with elation and a little caution
As Sunday night turned into Monday morning, the London nightclub Fabric threw open its doors for a night of clubbing unlike any seen at the venue since March 2020.
Billed as “an immersive world of artistry, expressiveness and innovations”, the underground electronic music night at the Farringdon club was attended by hundreds of young ravers. At venues across England, at least a dozen similar “freedom day” club nights, leading to scenes of stuffed clubs and scores of people queueing outside venue.
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