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, this club combines a variety of spaces indoors and outdoors along with a 24 hour licence. With an eclectic mix of nights, there’s something for all kinds of dance music fans to enjoy. Acts such as Dubfire, Laurent Garnier, Derrick May, Danny Tengalia and Kevin Saunderson have all played at the club in recent times.
Venue Details & Map
200 York Way
Kings CrossLondonN7 9AP
- +44 (0)20 7871 7111
This place is ok for the real raver but it's a bit Chaotic for me, beware drug use everywhere and the red stripe beer isn't my thingmore
I've been coming here during the last couple of months and had good (amazing) and average nights. The place is great, there are 4 different rooms with different types of techno/trance music and all the people I've met have been very friendly. Prices are average but you can get really cheap tickets if you look up online. It's difficult to tell when is going to be busy or empty but Saturdays are...more
A nice club north of King's Cross or east of Camden Town, occupying three floors, lots of different rooms with different DJs and music played, terrace on the top floor and a courtyard for the smokers. Drink prices are reasonable.more
Had a very mixed experience here - on the whole I would file this on 'would not make it my regular / would only come back if there was a specific act I want to see here'
Can't fault the club, if the music was better it would have been a rockin' night
+ Check-in quick and efficient with pre-ordered tickets
+ Lots of different rooms and two outdoor sections
+ Location is exactly the...more
Day raves are awesome, especially if it's just a glowstick's throw away.
Trance Sanctuary has once again found a home at The Egg, attracting purists from London and beyond to the sweet severity of 140 bpm.
The venue looks to have been revamped: a mini jumbo-tron is now a permanent fixture in the semi-outdoor veranda. Overlaying trance tracks over a football game makes watching never the same...more