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 three floors and now incorporating a large loft space and one of London’s largest open-air terraces, the North London venue is perfect for any occasion. Friday nights is all about the new-school, with a focus on emerging DJ talent controlling things in the basement and terrace, 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, Fridays 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 the main agenda. The loyal crowd are treated to a who’s who of both existing and fresh talent. Whatever your preference, a good time is guaranteed, and those with enough stamina can party long past the sun has come up. Its beautiful, spacious garden, exposed wooden loft and vast main rooms enable the venue to host a number of different functions.
- Egg London discourages taking photos on the dance floor.
- Student membership is offered.
- The cloakroom exclusively accepts cash.
- Egg London boasts a kitchen on site that serves food.
Where is Egg London located?
Egg London is located at 200 York Way.
How much is cover charge at Egg London?
Egg London’s prices depend on the event.
How long will I have to wait at Egg London?
Expect to wait anywhere from 30 min – 1 hr depending on when you arrive.
When is Egg London open?
Egg London is open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.
What are the best nights to go to Egg London?
Fridays and Saturdays are the most popular nights.
What is the dress code at Egg London?
Dress code is smart/casual. Jeans and smart trainers are allowed, but no hoodies, no man bags or sport brands are permitted.
How much do drinks cost at Egg London?
Expect to pay £10 – £15 for cocktails.
What kind of music do they play at Egg London?
Egg London features mostly house and techno music.
Where can I find an list of upcoming events / DJs at Egg London?