Egg London has temporarily closed due to safety issues

One of the UK’s top clubs, Egg London, has had no choice but to close its doors for two weeks due to health and safety related structural issues that they say make the venue potentially unsafe.

Last weeks parties with Pawsa on the Friday and Danny Tenaglia on the Saturday were moved to fellow London club spaces E1 and Ministry of Sound respectively.

Egg London said “Further to consultation with our local Planning Department, due to Health and Safety issues with ongoing building works, we are having to close both Egg London and Cell 200 for the next 14 Days. We regret to inform you our loyal customers that Egg LDN will be temporarily closed from Tuesday, September 18th, 2018. During excavations for our current development, structural issues have arisen that would make operation potentially unsafe and the safety of our customers is of paramount importance to us. We will endeavour to rectify these problems as soon as possible. We are attempting to secure temporary venues for our immediate forthcoming events and will keep all our customers & ticket holders advised. We apologise for any inconvenience this temporary closure may cause.”

Upcoming events at Egg London include Netsky on October 5th, Jan Blomqvist and YokoO on October 6th, Reinier Zonneveld on October 13th and Danny Howard and Max Chapman on October 26th.