Trance Sanctuary: Jorn Van Deynhoven, Chris Metcalfe, Scott Bond, Venom One + more


  • London


Following their biggest ever party in March, Trance Sanctuary return with an exciting event with 6 Trance Sanctuary debuts plus the return of one of our favourite headliners from a previous TS party.

Armada Music act Jorn van Deynhoven will make his triumphant return to Trance Sanctuary after exactly 3 years since his last appearance. Joining him on their Trance Sanctuary debuts will be Gatecrasher legend Scott Bond, Subculture's Chris Metcalfe, and from Armada Music Venom One. Local support comes from Mark Landragin & Babies promoter Neutrino.

To celebrate the launch of his Artist Album 'Fight Your Fears', Dennis Sheperd will be taking over the BangMessy room with a special 2 hour DJ set including live vocals from the talented Katty Heath. He will be supported by contributing artists Cold Blue and Artisan. Messy A and Traian complete the line up in our 1st floor room. 

In the Garden Dougstar and Alex O Shea return having impressed previously at TS. Alongside them are Jamie Baggots 2sher and Tom Eadie who will all be playing for us for the first time. 


Jorn van Deynhoven
Scott Bond (Trance Sanctuary debut)
Chris Metcalfe (Subculture / Trance Sanctuary debut)
Venom One (Armada / Trance Sanctuary debut)
Mark Landragin
Neutrino (Babies Events)



Dennis Sheperd 'Fight Your Fears' Album Release Special
Dennis Sheperd (Trance Sanctuary debut)
Cold Blue (Trance Sanctuary debut)
Katty Heath Live Vocals
Artisan (Trance Sanctuary debut)
Messy A & Traian

Photos by: Andrew Shawyer Photography 


One of London’s most established clubbing venues, Egg London, has recently undergone some major building works, turning into one of the capital’s most exciting multi-media spaces. Spread out over three floors and now incorporating a large loft space and one of London’s largest open-air terraces, the North London venue is perfect for any occasion.

Friday nights is all about the new-school, with a focus on emerging DJ talent controlling things in the basement and terrace, putting the custom-built, bespoke flipside sound system to the test. With a young, energetic and friendly crowd ready to see the next big star in the making, Friday’s always start the weekend with a bang.

Saturday sees a vast array of international DJ superstars grace the exposed brick walls, with house and techno the main agenda. The loyal crowd are treated to a who’s who of both existing and fresh talent, with names such as Laurent Garnier, Solomun, David Morales, Matthias Tanzmann, Guti, Dennis Ferrer, Nicole Moudaber, Matador, Lee Foss, Loefah, Amine Edge & Dance and Juan Atkins all to have played at the clubbing institution recently. Whatever your preference, a good time is guaranteed, and with a 10am finish, those with enough stamina can party long past the sun has come up.

What sets Egg London apart from other venues is the ability to adapt. It’s beautiful, spacious garden, exposed wooden loft and vast main rooms enable the venue to host a number of different functions; fro awards ceremonies to art shows, wedding functions to gaming conventions, the private hire facilities are excellent.

And with the recent launch of their internet based radio show - Egg London Radio, you can catch exclusive performances and interviews from world famous DJs, and all the latest Egg London news.   - See more at:

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