The ‘’Coolest Multi-Purpose Venue’’ at the Cool Venue Awards 2015, Egg London, speaks about itself with this award. It seems that this extravagant, large multi-media center is all about diversity.
Egg club can brag about having a wide list of experiences.
The well-established London nightlife scene has been recently renovated and now offers even a greater experience with its sound and light systems and the updated interior. It comprises of three floors with large capacities and has whole 4 spacious outdoor terraces, one of them being in a top list in London. It seems that the roomy structure is an advantage which spreads the crowd nicely leaving visitors with extra space.
Egg London Club is a venue which is most adaptable to techno music, which should be taken into consideration by its visitors. The club maintains its fresh atmosphere and reputation by supporting new talents every Friday night – emerging DJ talents are the main theme in the basement and the terrace and usually manage to spread their bursting refreshing energy among the party goers.
After the weekend has been opened, Egg’s Saturdays focus on international star DJs. Some of the club’s most noted performers are Lauren Garnier, Solomun, David Morales, Matthias Tanzmann, Guti, Dennis Ferrer, Nicole Moudaber, Matador, Lee Foss, Loefah, Amine Edge & Dance, Juan Atkins and many more.
The club’s programme is available here: Events
What Egg London seems to be mostly recognized for is that the parties rarely end before 10am. And here is the tricky part. If you are into these things and of course if you are fond of the place, you can freely stay the night dancing until the sun has come up while bumping into all kinds of people, socializing and bonding over your preferences of music and ideas of having a good time. But this is mostly due to the fact that up until 5am anyone can enter the club provided they have their IDs. And while for some this is the perfect way to continue their wild night and meet mates, others are not very delighted by the arriving strangers scattered in London around the early hours of morning.
The many nighters are maybe most of the reason why some people say that Egg Club best suits visitors that don’t have the intention of staying sober. It is easy to enter – at any hour and without the dreadful ques – but it’s not guaranteed that the place will fascinate you if you are a little bit of an oyster. Otherwise the place is great at throwing awesome parties.
As for how much such an experience would cost – some say that the entry is a bit overpriced, but it depends on the night and the performer. A bottle of beer or cider would cost you at least £5.00 and a bottle of wine not less than £17.00. The cocktails tend to be the normal price for a large night club. Usually clubbers say nice things about the staff of Egg London, although the cleanliness of the place has been a topic of disputes.
Definitely a place to remember when being in London, Egg stays a venue adaptable to countless events which are hosted with care. If you decide that the specific vibe of it is your cup of tea – then be prepared to rave. If you are yet hesitant – an option is to try and catch a life performance on the club’s stage on the exclusive Egg London Radio.