Sing your heart out to the latest hits or old-school classics at one of these London karaoke bars.
The Old School Yard London Bridge
The Old School Yard is a proper temple for kids at heart – perfect for after-school drinks and singing your lungs out after a long day! The cocktail bar in London Bridge also offers party platters and old-school pizzas, plus a wide list of cocktails and spirits.
Chinese restaurant Firecracker has four luxurious karaoke rooms to pick from. Each comes with its individual sound system, two wireless microphones and more than 160,000 songs in various languages, with the playlist updated every two weeks so you can sing all the latest tunes.
Discover karaoke with a twist at Bunga Bunga – one of the quirkiest karaoke bars in London. Just pick from the incredible lineup of events, from full-room singalong ‘SingalongaBunga’ to ‘Singo Bingo’ a clever mix of karaoke and bingo, and Kara-Soaky, where you literally sing in the shower.
Head to one of three Japanese-themed locations – Mayfair, lively Soho and Smithfield – for a night of karaoke. London bar, Karaoke Box, offers a great selection of sake behind the counter, wireless microphones ideal for duets, and waitress service in each private room.
Feel like a star at one of the three Lucky Voice karaoke venues in London. Its Soho venue is open to over-21s only, but those over 18 can enjoy its Islington and Holborn spots. Don’t miss the 'thirsty button' to enjoy tasty cocktails brought straight to your room and book family daytime packages for kids – with pizzas, mocktails and Disney tunes on the menu.
Han Bar and Restaurant
Look beyond the traditional look and wooden pavilions of Korean restaurant Han Bar & Restaurant. There are six private karaoke rooms available to singing fanatics, making it the perfect combo of Korean cuisine, fun and tradition.
Shine bright like a diamond at Sync Bar in north-west London, where you can expect laser disco balls and comfy leather couches in its four private rooms. Take your pick of songs from the extensive Karaoke Playlist or mix things up with the Bollywood Playlist.
The Karaoke Hole
If you’re up for a whole karaoke night out, London venue The Karaoke Hole holds the secret to an evening of fun. Head to the Dalston LGBTQ+ bar on Friday and Saturdays evening to watch some of the capital's best drag stars take the stage.
Asian-fused restaurant Bao Borough has its own private Bao KTV room, with a capacity of up to 14 people. Order a great range of food and drinks, including pitchers and sharing platters, and let the show begin – the room comes with a centre stage, screen and disco lights.
Sing your heart out at Bloomsbury Lanes’ karaoke rooms. Pick from 30,000 legendary classics and music favourites, strike a pose and try your luck at a game of bowling!
The Bat and Ball
The Bat and Ball in Stratford is better known as being a table tennis temple. But the east London venue also has a one-of-a-kind private UV karaoke booth, where you can pick from more than 20,000 songs – double the excuse to pay them a visit!
Dress up like a star and sing your heart out in trendy Stoke Newington. Stokey Karaoke has plenty of props and fancy dress for you to pick from to make your night a fun one.
If you haven’t yet found the right karaoke bar, London has many more venues to do karaoke in London.