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A venue like no other, Egg London continues to push the boundaries. With the best music from the world’s greatest DJs, mixing with the best sound and lighting available, our stylish venue combines a variety of spaces indoors and outdoors along with a 24 hour licence. With our eclectic mix of nights, there’s something for all kinds of dance music fans to enjoy.
The nearest stations are King's Cross St Pancras and Caledonian Road. We are on the 390 bus route which stops just opposite the venue and operates 24 hours. We also run our FREE shuttle service Fridays and Saturdays from 11pm picking up on York Way - outside the American Car Wash.
We catch up with the outlandish Métaraph!
Read about our chat ahead of his show at the Easter Sunday Berlin Berlin Uncut event
Added on April 8, 2019We meet Bambi Blue; a concoction of circus, freakshow and fire skills!
Bambi Blue is part of our hedonistic cast of performers performing at Berlin Berlin
Added on February 1, 2019I came down to earth to be a superstar!
Virgin Xtravaganzah chats to us ahead of the ‘Day Of The Dead’ Special this Saturday November 3rd
Added on October 31, 2018We chat to Ghost ahead of her debut show at Berlin Berlin Saturday October 20th
Ghost is inspired by tech noir and science fiction classics such as Blade Runner, Ghost in the Shell and The Matrix
Added on October 15, 2018We speak to weirdly camp kooky rising artiste, Johnny Bones
Our quick chat ahead of his appearance at Berlin Berlin this Saturday August 18th at Egg LDN
Added on August 13, 2018AIL meets Lewis G Burton
Who wouldn't want a chat with one of London’s most in-demand performers!?
Added on April 27, 2018We meet performer extraordinaire, Beatrix Carlotta
She gives us the lowdown ahead of her entrance at Berlin Berlin on April 21st at EGG LDN
Added on April 7, 2018We get the lowdown from Parma Ham
Parma Ham makes his debut at Berlin Berlin on Saturday October 21st alongside a stellar cast of wild performers
Added on October 11, 2017We meet the legendary DJ Fat Tony
We catch up with Fat Tony ahead of his Private Life party in The Loft within Familia on Saturday September 9th at Egg London.
Added on September 5, 2017We have the lowdown from Gregory Kara
Fidel Trotman chats with Gregory ahead of his appearance at Egg LDN
Added on June 16, 2017We meet wild flower of the music world, FoxGlove
An off the wall chat with the unique performer ahead of his performance at Egg London
Added on May 16, 2017We chat to The Willers Brothers
We chat to the talented duo ahead of their Egg Ldn appearance Saturday April 1st!
Added on April 1, 2017We meet Egg LDN's techno-leaning resident DJ Kyle E
Kyle chats to us about his world travels, current residency and gives advice for budding DJs...
Added on January 10, 2017We chat to Smokin Jo ahead of her Gold Diggers Disco Inferno takeover of Egg LDN
The truly smokin Jo talks Yoga, new year's resolutions and women's lib' !!
Added on December 15, 2016AIL Meets Egg LDN founder Laurence Malice
Laurence Malice reveals his favourite spots in the capital ahead of Egg LDN's birthday party
Added on April 29, 2016AIL Meets Matthias Tanzmann
Matthias Tanzmann chats to us ahead of his Valentine's set at Egg Ldn
Added on February 4, 2016AIL talks to DJ, Singer, Songwriter Maxine Hardcastle
We chat to DJ, Singer and Songwriter Maxine Hardcastle who spent the summer DJ-ing in Ibiza alongside her residencies at Annabelle's, Le Peep Boutique and The Zander Bar
Added on December 2, 2014
"One of the last London superclubs has lost its momentum"Review Rating: Reviewed by Leila
Reviewing a nightclub is always a hard task; some nights can be akin to religious experiences whilst others you wish you’d stayed at home with a cup of tea. The DJ, the crowd, and the promoter all have their parts to play.
Egg has hosted some amazing nights, however despite having had huge names on the bill such as Techno God Carl Craig, New York legend Timmy Regisford, and the UK’s very own X-Press 2, Egg seems to have lost some of its momentum of late, turning towards Ibizan sounds with nights like Amnesia and Space. Perhaps the extortionate door fee (usually around £15) has a part to play, as in the current recession people are turning away from the super clubs and towards more intimate venues with lower charges.
In terms of layout, Egg really comes into its own in the summer months, when DJ’s play outdoors in the courtyard. There’s something rather magical about dancing outside as the sun comes up in the early morning. Back indoors there are two dancefloors, each with a bar, the main room being downstairs. The sound system is good but is by no means one of the best in London.
Staying open well into the mid morning is another selling point, with after hours parties like Breakfast going on until 1pm.
Egg is not a friendly club. Groups of young men have been rather aggressively turned away at the door, as the bouncers suspected they might cause trouble without a female presence. Expect a very thorough bag/body search and bouncers parading throughout the club with flashlights.
Though having opened far more recently, Egg is one of the last London superclubs along with Fabric and Ministry of Sound, and many people often go along purely for this reason. If you’re after a more laidback, intelligent, all-about-the-music-venue, then you might want to go somewhere else.
Leila reviewed Egg London on Tue 07 Jul 2009
Added: Nov 2014
Great music, cool club. Horrible, seedy, sinister atmpshere tho. Everyone, and I mean everryone, is high on drugs. The bouncers are aggresssive, the crowd is volatile, the men are very aggressive with girls and there are often fights. If you like drugs go, if not, youll hate it.
Wow quite an attack from Jessye.
I really dont know what you are talking about. When I went I got a ticket for online for £13. The bouncers were pretty thorough but I prefer it that way, safety first and all that. I certainly didnt experience the crack den Jessye describes, there are always going to be certain unpleasant elements in any club but I did not see any of it in Egg.
As for the music, If you aren't a proper dance music fan then just dont go. I am a massive house fan and I thought the music was great!
I am just surprised by your comments as they are pretty much the opposite of my experience.
Only go if you want to get practically strip searched by the bouncers, are ok paying £20 entry for a night where they play practically the same track for the whole night with a repetative beat,dress code is very casual, everyone is high on ket, no one is friendly as they are all doped up in their own little world, drinks are really expensive, you get asked if you have drugs on you every ten minutes, the toilets are grotty with drug packets on the toilet seats, your feet stick to the floor coz its so dirty and by the end of the night when the guys are less high they all start asking you to come back to their place for a 'few beers' .... no thanks. Even though there was such a strick search at the beginning of the night we saw someone sniff a load of drugs infront of the owner/main bouncer and he didnt care at all.
So if you a complete smack head, youll have a great time... if not avoid it at all costs!