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One of Scotland's most famous nightclubs and theatre venues is going in to administration.
The Arches has been forced to take the decision, following legal advice, after its late license was revoked last month due to fears over drug use in the nightclub.
The Glasgow Licensing Board announced it would have to close at midnight, ending all club nights.
Bosses say without the income generated by this strand of activity, which generated over 50% of annual turnover, The Arches' business model is untenable.
Gordon Kennedy, Chairman of The Arches Board of Directors said: "The Board has taken professional advice and is left with no other choice than to begin the process of appointing administrators for both The Arches Theatre Ltd and Arches Retail Ltd. This decision has been taken with deep regret as it will have a major impact on our staff, business partners, customers, and on Glasgow’s reputation for night time economy.
"Our hope is that the administrators, working with partners and stakeholders, can salvage some of the activities for which The Arches is renowned.
"The Board sincerely thanks our staff, customers, supporters, performers and partners for their support over the years. This is a very sad day for The Arches and for the city of Glasgow.
"We were disappointed and surprised at the outcome of the Licensing Board. The Arches has a zero tolerance approach to drugs and has cooperated with the Police over many years.
"For an unprecedented six years The Arches won gold standard under the Glasgow Community Safety/Strathclyde Police Best Bar None awards - recognition of best practice in maintaining safe and well-run premises. No other venue in Scotland has achieved that.
"We are very grateful to the almost 40,000 people who have signed and shared the petition to re-instate our licence and to everyone who has joined the #savethearches social media campaign. We are humbled by the hundreds of artists and industry professionals from all disciplines who have lent their signature and their voice to the cause.
"The Arches has its roots in the 1990 City of Culture and has since been recognised as one of the UK and Europe's leading music venues, an internationally renowned arts and creative learning hub, and a venue for major corporate events such as last year's MTV European Music Awards afterparty. It is one of Glasgow's iconic venues.
He added: "The Arches as a multi-use space depends heavily on income from nightclub events. Given that the Licensing Board's decision effectively prohibits this part of the business, it has become clear to us that The Arches in its current form is no longer viable.
"Since the decision we have been in discussions with partners Creative Scotland and Glasgow City Council to explore whether a funding package could be put in place to allow us to continue in some form. That would have taken significant amounts of additional funding. Unfortunately, despite the very supportive approach of the partners for which we are extremely grateful, it has proved impossible to come up with a sustainable model in the very tight timescales available. We would like to thank the partners for their efforts to find a solution.
Lucy Mason, Artistic Director for The Arches said: "The atmosphere and architecture of The Arches have helped to shape and define a generation of enquiring and vital artists. It's shocking that this building which has inspired such creativity, devotion and ambition, should cease to exist as an Arts venue.
"The Arches has developed an international reputation as a producer and programmer of distinctive performance, providing opportunities for artists at all stages of their career to experiment and hone their practice. Without The Arches, the radical energy at the heart of Scotland's theatre-making community will be greatly diminished, and the future for many individual artists suddenly feels very uncertain."
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