One of London’s most established clubbing venues, Egg London, has recently undergone some major building works, turning into one of the capital’s most exciting multi-media spaces. Spread out over five areas and now incorporating a large loft space and one of London’s largest main dance foors, the North London venue is perfect for any occasion.
Friday nights is all about the new-school, putting the custom-built, bespoke ﬂipside sound system to the test. With a young, energetic and friendly crowd ready to see the next big star in the making, Friday’s always start the weekend with a bang.
Saturday sees a vast array of international DJ superstars grace the exposed brick walls, with house and techno being the main agenda. The loyal crowd are treated to a who’s who of both existing and fresh talent, with names such as Laurent Garnier, Solomun, David Morales, Matthias Tanzmann, Guti, Dennis Ferrer, Nicole Moudaber, Matador, Lee Foss, Lefoeh, Amine Edge & Dance all having played at the clubbing institution. Whatever your preference, a good time is guaranteed, and with a 9am finish, those with enough stamina can party long past the sun has come up. Added to this there are many other events featured at the club on the other week days/nights making Egg London one of the most popular multi-functional arenas worldwide.
Egg nightclub doesn’t ever stop. It’s a clubbers’ paradise, bursting with House music and swirling in coloured rays from powerful lighting systems, where people rave until 8am. Egg is proof that if you book the best international DJs from different genres of House music, the people will come. They flock in thousands to fill all the floors and rooms of this large three storey venue. Many are students, who get great deals and queue jumping if they sign up for a loyalty card, but generally the crowd is very mixed, age-wise. Who cares what your Clark Kent profession is as long as you turn into a raving, dancing, drinking, socialising beast at night. The later it gets, the more random people you’ll bump into as the Egg’s opening hours triumph most London clubs and bars. This resulting in a surge of high spirited party animals determined to keep on going until sunrise.