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Penninsula club matter closes its doors to clubbers

PUBLISHED: 11:31 24 June 2010 | UPDATED: 18:04 25 August 2010

A SUPERCLUB has confirmed it will shut throughout the whole summer due to financial problems.

A SUPERCLUB has confirmed it will shut throughout the whole summer due to financial problems.

The venue, matter, inside Greenwich's O2 Arena, closed suddenly last month with events moved to elsewhere in the capital.

A statement from owners Fabric laid the blame firmly at the weekend closures of the Jubilee Line that have meant clubbers have stayed away.

It read: "The directors of fabric are currently dealing with financial problems due to the result of the Jubilee Line closures at matter."

The club apologised to fans for not releasing news earlier but said there had been logistical issues with moving the matter team to Farringdon where Fabric is based.

Fabric's owners have denied the main venue will also have to close, despite various internet rumours saying it was also having financial difficulties.

The statement continued: "Fabric will very much remain open as normal, business as usual."

More than 2,300 people have already signed up to a Facebook calling for matter to be saved.

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