Dance Tunnel in Dalston joins the long list of London clubs to shut down over licensing concerns. I'm sad to lose a place I've had many a great night out at, thing is I'm sceptical of the arguments that this is all about the 'gentrification' of London. It is and it isn't, but I have no doubt the existence of spots like Dance Tunnel in Dalston is the result of gentrification itself, and something that further pushes it, even if it ends up being one of its eventual victims. It's telling that a lot of the responses to DT (and other venues shut down), stress their economic importance. Are there any attempts to look at night time economy and its relationship to gentrification?