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Venue Guide: Egg LDN

Everything you need to know about the North London club.

Housed in a Victorian warehouse in Kings Cross, London, Egg LDN boasts a state of the art KV2 sound system to bring the party throughout the week and into the weekend. Hosting a huge range of midweek events, Tuesday to Thursday, and weekend treats including daytime parties during the spring and summer, Egg London has established itself as one of the best clubs for house and techno in Europe.

Fridays welcome all-night house parties, dipping into drum n’bass or garage from time to time. Saturdays are all about the latest techno sounds, welcoming a slew of international headliners to the decks. Taking over the garden space and loft terrace, daytime parties are also a huge part of Egg’s success story, one that sees the club tour across the globe (including their recent ADE Boat Party), and boast their own What Came First label.


The Essentials
Address: 200 York Way, Kings Cross, N7 9AX
Telephone Number: 020 7871 7111

History
Taking over an old Victorian warehouse in the middle of an industrial estate, Egg LDN opened its doors in 2003 and has been at the forefront of clubbing in the nation’s capital since. The venue regularly features in DJ Mag’s Top 100 clubs in the world, and also won their Best Of British award for Best Club in 2017.

Punters can catch international headliners from the house and techno scenes mixing with the best sound and lighting available across a variety of spaces, indoors and outdoors. There’s something for all kinds of dance music fans to enjoy.

How many people does it hold? 900

Who has played there?
Cocoon with Sven Våth, Nicole Moudaber, Sam Paganini, Magdalena, Deborah De Luca, Sterac (Steve Rachmad), Fatboy Slim, Anja Schneider, Bob Sinclar, Heidi, DJ Boris, Latmun, PAWSA, Move D, Menno De Jong, Jeff Mills, Solomun, Nina Kraviz, Laurent Garnier, Omar S, Monika Kruse, Enrico Sanguiliano, Matador, DJ EZ, Charlotte de Witte, Latmun, Green Velvet, Erick Morillo… the list goes on.

Egg LDN has also hosted club nights Warung (Brazil), Womb (Tokyo), and Ibiza favourites Amnesia and Unusual Suspects, among others.

Have there been any “I was there” moments?
On Egg LDN’s first birthday the party went on for two days with hundreds of people enjoying Egg’s alfresco experience for the first time.

The first Berlin Berlin party in the early days of Egg LDN hosted incredible performances from Jonny Woo, Ryan Styles plus the Ostgut Ton Panorama Bar DJs playing.

Egg LDN founder Laurence Malice hosted the Trade 25th Anniversary there in 2015 with Trade regular Nicole Moudaber headlining alongside Nina Kraviz, Christian Smith and the Trade and DTPM residents back together on the decks for the first time in over a decade. And what a party! There was customised decor and production which ran for 24 hours to a blistering soundtrack of techno and house music to a super appreciative crowd.

For Sololumn’s Diynamic showcase there was standing room only all night.

How do I get there?
The club is situated a ten minute walk up York Way from Kings Cross St Pancras tube and National Rail stations. A wide range of tube lines run through this busy hub including the Circle, Hammersmith & City, Northern, Victoria, Piccadilly and the Metropolitan. Coming from out of town then both Kings Cross and St Pancras connect with different rail services.

If you don’t fancy the walk take the 390 bus from outside the station on York Way for three stops to the club.

Alternatively travel on the Piccadilly line to Caledonian Road tube and then come out the tube and turn left and take the 274 bus to the club.

Where should I eat?
Egg LDN offers authentic in house Italian thin crust pizzas with generous toppings, or just down the road there’s stacks of choice with an array of fine eateries at Granary Square and Coal Drop Yard.

Where can I stay?
There’s a huge selection of hotels, Airbnbs, or hostels within easy distance from Egg LDN.

A couple of suggestions are The Standard Hotel or the Premiere In Hub in Kings Cross.

TicketWeb tips
Egg LDN boasts a huge range of beers and spirits, so that’s booze covered.

The best place to stand for sound is in front of the DJ booth in the Middle Room, or head up to the intimate loft space at the top of the club which boasts its own smoking terrace and bar.

Accessibility information
Egg LDN asks that you call ahead for any accessibility queries, as only the ground floor is accessible.

Where can you carry on the party?
There’s absolutely no need to here. Egg LDN runs until 6am on Fridays and 7am on Saturdays. During the summer months there’s even daytime events on both days, so the party really does go on and on.

Check out the latest listings and buy tickets to events at Egg LDN through Ticketweb.co.uk.

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