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Jim Warboy is a creative director and music producer who has a long history of developing and showcasing up-and-coming talent and concepts at the nexus of music, art, and fashion.

He has established himself as a key player in London’s nightlife scene by launching a number of significant companies, partnerships, and artists who explore diversity, sexuality, and identity.

He served as Creative Director of the nightclub Egg London, which was awarded Best Large UK Club 2017 and listed in DJ Mag’s Top 100 International Clubs for four consecutive years. 

The BBC, The Sunday Times, The Observer, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, i-D, Time-Out, DJ Mag, Mixmag, and others have all covered his work.

He has organised a variety of events, including fashionable club nights, a champagne celebration to kick off London Fashion Week’s 25th anniversary, parties at Shoreditch House, and events for Harper’s Bazaar magazine, Pulp, and Roisin Murphy, in addition to high-profile musicians.

Many reputable journals praised his infamous club project All You Can Eat as a groundbreaking multimedia blend of art, fashion, music, and technology.

His weekly club event Caligula was dubbed “London’s answer to Studio 54” by MTV.

He has served as a consultant for a number of well-known companies, such as Smirnoff’s 2018 print and television campaign supporting genderqueer and non-binary identities, Harper’s Bazaar, BBC Panorama, London Fashion Week, Britain’s Next Top Model, and Don’t Panic.

At the BMG Publishing 2019 Pride In Music panel, he was a guest speaker, and at the 2019 Inferno Summit, sponsored by Arts Council England, he chaired the Promoter Roundtable.

He created an electronic opera in 2021, which had its world premiere at the Tete-a-Tete opera festival in London. The British Museum in London hosted a live performance of an opera that was previously created and commissioned by Scottee & Friends for Camden Council.

"Do the crowd go with him? You bet! The more twisted, the more they like it"
Time Out
"Warboy remains one of alternative clubland’s greatest forces who remains constantly ahead of the curve"
DJ Mag
"The most important player in alternative queer clubland"
Gay Times