If you fancy yourself as a bit of Hip Hop odyssey, be sure to pay the Hip Hop Brunch a visit. With delicious bottomless cocktails, delectable Southern-inspired dishes and a Hip Hop playlist boasting some of the best artist of all time, this event is perfect if you're looking for a different way to spend your Saturday afternoons. This has to be one of the best karaoke bars in London.
Karaoke Bars London
Looking to let those lungs loose on an unsuspecting London public? We've just the microphone toting destinations for you. If you love a good old singalong with your family, friends or colleagues then why not pick a London karaoke bar to make it a night to remember? You can find karaoke bars in Soho, Marylebone, Battersea or even in the heart of Mayfair where you can have your own private booth, sing and party like a rockstar. Look through the best karaoke bars in London for a night out to remember.
Lucky Voice offers up thousands of songs, the latest technology and lush cocktails in the heart of Soho. It's a devoted karaoke bar where friends come together for a fun-loving evening of singing, drinking and fancy-dress. Perfect for birthday bashes, hen and stag dos or just a night out with a twist, the venue also offers cracking cocktail masterclass packages.
Not only do you get to enjoy two courses of delicious food and an hour of bottomless cocktails, Garage Brunch provides you with all the sick tunes too. There's also tonnes of games, from Garage Bingo, to Two-Step Don't-Step and garage karaoke.
The Old School Yard is a karaoke bar that salutes the good old days. This quirky cocktail bar close to Borough, oozes fun and has private karaoke rooms available Tuesday, Thursday and Friday- Saturday, catering for up to 15 people. There's no hire charge but the minimum spend for a 2 hour slot starts at £150.
Not only are they one of Eats London's best ping pong bars, The Bat and Ball offers a brand new private UV karaoke booth with over 20,000 songs ready for you to belt out. Head on down for a birthday party to remember, complete with craft brews, delicious eats and quirky activities.
When it comes to karaoke bars in London, there's nothing quite like the addition of beautifully cooked American BBQ and top notch cocktails to elevate your evening. Sister to venues in Camden and Brixton, you can expect live bands and DJs to get your night going.
One of the most renowned karaoke bars in London, and boasting a cool North London plot, Lucky Voice comes abound for all your karaoke hankerings. Primed for birthday parties and ballad babes, booths at Lucky Voice make for a cracking night out, whether you're a karaoke king, queen or new kid on the block.
Along with serving delicious plates of Chinese food, Kirin Chinese Restaurant has several karaoke rooms. Once you're done scoffing dishes such as beef with bell peppers in black bean sauce, grab a mic and start singing.
Karaoke night is back at Queen of Hoxton, offering a jam-packed evening of crazy performances, free shots, prizes and an infamous wheel of doom. Live out your superstar fantasies and embody Britney, Madonna or Mariah as you belt out classics and make the crowd go wild.
One of Soho's best kept secrets, this quirky karaoke bar in Central London offers a huge selection of songs in English, Japanese, Chinese and Korean as well as a well-stocked bar to keep the vocal chords warmed up.
With singalongs from Grease to The Greatest Showman, this iconic summer series brings you dinners and drinks, alongside a fun sing song and free entry to the after-party
This isn't just karaoke – this is karaoke with the backing of a full gospel choir. Get your friends together and prepare to unleash your inner-Whitney on stage. That not enough? There will also be euphoric sing-a-longs, team harmonies, confessionals and awards for the best performances.
At The Old Queen's Head, in Angel has a reputation as a party pub and their Karaoke Room is the place to truly party like a rock star. With constantly updated playlists, dress up box and booze button, you'll be fully equipped to perform your best Whitney Houston, Tom Jones or Guns 'N' Roses classics to the rapturous applause of your pals.
Not ones to do things by halves, Loves Company is back and this time they're inviting you to their Shoreditch digs for afrobeat karaoke. Soak up crafty cocktails and dance the night away as you sing your favourite hits.
With four private rooms to take advantage of, the Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes is one of the best places in London to do karaoke. Grab some of their tasty cocktails and prepare to sing your heart out.
Dirty Harry's Dirty Harryoke is designed for people who want to be a rock star for the night. Join them every first Wednesday for drinks to be one, cash prizes, and all your favourite songs waiting to be belted out.
How does your own karaoke room with glass, floor to ceiling windows overlooking the famous Inferno's dance floor sound? Infernos in Clapham is perfect for a karaoke party, with two private rooms holding up to 25 friends; you can sing your heart out
with an adoring crowd partying below you!
Get ready for one of the most unashamedly kitsch nights in London, as you enter the Karaoke Hole for a night lead by some of East London's best drag queens, and filled with karaoke, tacky cocktails on tap, special effects and all the guilty pleasures you can handle.
One of Paddington's best eateries, this quirky bar also boasts an on-site karaoke lounge, perfect for when you've had just enough to show off those pipes.
When it comes to karaoke, there's nothing like a little Dutch courage to grease the vocal cords. Check out this quirky pop-up, as Don Papa Rum heads to Shoreditch for a Thursday night sesh filled with daiquiri shots and bottles to be won.
Dance, sing and grind the night away as Camden's very own Favela hosts a night dedicated to autotune karaoke. From songs by T-Pain to hits from Kanye, you can expect a soundtrack of hip hop, R&B, dancehall and more at this quirky event.
The 90s Brunch celebrates all the best aspects and creations of one of Britain's most characterful decades. Serving guests a selection of tasty dishes, the event revolves around hilarious 90s costumes, huge party songs - think Destiny's Child and Vanilla Ice - and a few carefree lip-sync battles.