Cheesy Music Clubs in London

When you want a guaranteed evening of fun, there's nothing better than hitting the dance floors and singing your heart out to Celine and friends. Forget headache-inducing electro or lame guitars. Get your groove and glamour on to commercial music, pop, rock and dance hits from past decades at some of London's best cheesy music clubs and bars; after all, a good cheese tune never dies. 




  Silent Sounds Boat Party

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@ The Silent Disco Boat on Saturday 18th July 2020 and 3 other dates

Why constrict yourself to a sticky dancefloor when you can bop along to Mambo Number 5 whilst taking in the city sites? This two-storey party boat will not only take you on a nautical tour of all the London landmarks, but they'll also play you amazing dance floor fillers and party anthems.

Bar Rumba

639 user reviews 3

Student Night- Wednesdays. £3 selected drinks with valid Student ID. T's & C's Apply and 1 other offer

With a policy of "if you can't sing it, we won't play it", Bar Rumba has made their reputation for being one of the best nights out in the city. As well as popping out a playlist of *NSYNC, Vanilla Ice and Vengaboys beats, this West End club also serves up some great cheap drinks. 

Rouges

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Full of all your favourite 70s, 80s, classic pop and funk & soul songs, Rouges offers all the best tracks to shimmy the night away to. But that's not all. Halfway through the evening, guests will be stunned to silence as Kellie Sky performs a dazzling routine of circus acts and thrilling stunts.  

The 90's Brunch

204 user reviews 3

Take it back to the glory days of The Backstreet Boys, The Spice Girls, R Kelly and a whole other host of 90s faves at this brunch-with-a-difference. Expect tasty eats, lip sync battles, an hour of bottomless cocktails and no-holds-barred partying at The 90s Brunch.

Happy Hour - 2 For 1 Cocktails & Peroni Rossa

Party kings Adventure Bar are not shy of pumping out the cheese tunes with a tongue firmly in cheek. Delicious cocktails, uber-friendly bartenders and party anthems make this a fun night out in Clapham, where the music policy is defined by heavy doses of Abba, Queen and all the Backstreet Boys you could possibly ask for.