The team behind Studio 338, the London venue recently destroyed by fire, has issued a statement teasing its future plans.
Just two weeks after the incident, which led to the death of a club employee, 338 says news on the re-opening will be announced this week, with details of "a brand new club project in East London" also set to be revealed.
The statement on Facebook continued: "Right now London needs us all to fight for the right to party and to support and love each other in the face of adversity. We hope to play a big part in bringing the city's nightlife back to being one of the very best in the world. Besides that we miss you lot and want to be back together asap!
"In the meantime we would like to thank you all for your support of the fundraising drive for Tomas. You managed to donate £9,636 (almost 200% of target) which we are pleased to say we will match. This will really help to take some of the pressure from his family at this difficult time."
The Terrace section of the North Greenwich venue will be the part which eventually re-opens, with an event hosted by Sankeys Ibiza at KOKO contributing funds to do so. Takings from the party on September 17 will also go towards the fund for the family of Tomas, the staff member who passed away.
Elrow, Abode and Space Ibiza have all held parties at Studio 338 this year, with Tania Vulcano, Mathew Jonson, Dan Ghenacia and Jeremy Underground among the DJs to have played.
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