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The Egg London Guestlist and Table Bookings



With the best music from the finest DJs from all over the world and a top of the range sound and lighting installation, Egg is a stylish nightclub that combines a variety of indoor and outdoor areas. If you love to dance in a unique space, this club is definitely for you and one that you will certainly be returning to.


Egg is centrally located in a remote space, which results in a club that can make as much noise as possible without disturbing anyone in the vicinity. The venue is positively colossal with three floors, both inside and out. It makes such great use of space and the garden is definitely the selling point and what makes the place stand out from the crowd; it is a chilled out zone with an Ibiza-esque atmosphere and outdoor seating. The upstairs bar is sumptuously elegant, draped in red leather, while the main dance area on the ground floor has all the character of an industrial warehouse rave. There is even an in house café for when you get the munchies, so essentially, you never have to leave and the 24-hour license means that you are in no way stuck for time to explore your surroundings.

The Vibe

At the weekend, the party starts at around 10pm on Friday and continues well into the early hours of Sunday, shutting only for a few hours in-between. As it plays host to many eclectic nights, the clientele attending Egg can range considerably from one night to the next. The staff are accommodating to whoever comes through the doors and, because of the relaxed dress code, there is a welcoming and unpretentious vibe.

The Music

Although Egg tends to satisfy those with a musical taste for all things house, the venue offers an assorted mix of nights to suit every dance fan. Across all three floors your ears can indulge in a extraordinary range of diverse and eclectic sounds. Fridays are a colourful mix of drum and bass, breaks, deep house, glitch and electro, while Saturdays generally embrace a house and techno soundtrack. Notable guests who have graced the stage at Egg include Pendulum, Carl Craig and Felix Da Housecat, to name but a few. A respectable assortment of alcoholic beverages are on offer at the bar, all within the price range of £4 - £5 and, if there’s a themed night, you can expect an even more exciting array of cocktails which you can sip on the elegant surroundings of the terrace.