There’s no doubt London has a great nightlife, with hundreds of bars, restaurants and clubs to go to. But if you want something different different, or maybe you just love to sing, then you’ll be happy to know there’s also some of the best karaoke bars in London too! They range from private booths to themed areas, so you’ve got plenty of choice.

1. All Star Lanes Karaoke


While it’s primarily known for its retro bowling lanes, All Stars Lane is also a great place to sing karaoke in one of their bars in London. The All Star Lanes’ karaoke rooms transport you into a world of plush decors, neon lights, and a rich catalogue of tracks that span decades. It’s where you can get together with friends to discover who can really sing, and laugh together trying. Whether you’re channelling your inner Sinatra or Beyoncé, there’s a song for every voice here (well…most voices anyway).

In addition to the karaoke rooms and bowling alley, there’s also a restaurant and bar. You’ll need to book in advance, but if Brick Lane is busy you can also try their other location in White City so there’s no reason to miss out on the fun!

Address: 95 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL

2. Lucky Voice Holborn

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Lucky Voice needs to be at the top of your list when you think about the best karaoke bars in London. They stay ahead of the curve by consistently putting on  amazing events and offers! Plus, you can book a private room for up to 30 people! There’s also a great bar that serves cocktail and other drinks, keeping your vocal cords well-lubricated as you butcher your favourite songs. Try the limited edition Barbie girl cocktail available at all venues.

And that’s not all, capture memories at the phone booth, or check out the stunning bar area. With all this in addition to an 11,000+ song index ranging from classics to charting songs, you can’t go wrong with Lucky Voice.

There’s also a new Lucky Voice in Liverpool street!

Address: 84 Chancery Lane, WC2A 1DL 

3.The Cocktail Club


The Cocktail Club is one of the best karaoke bars in London, equipped with a diverse track list, a snazzy private lounge area and excellent service. Their exclusive private karaoke room can host up to 50 guests, offering two or three-hour sessions where you can belt out classics like “Sweet Caroline” or “Wonderwall”. With expert personal bartenders to create any cocktails of your choosing all that’s left to do is sing and “have Simon Cowell quaking in his boots”.

For bookings from Sunday to Wednesday, choose between a 2-hour session at £35pp, inclusive of a Welcome Bellini and three house cocktails, or a 90-minute session at £20pp, complemented by a Welcome Bellini and two house cocktails. If you’re planning for a weekend outing between Thursday and Saturday, a 2-hour booking is priced at £45pp with a Welcome Bellini and three house cocktails, while the 90-minute session is £30pp, inclusive of a Welcome Bellini and two house drinks.

Address: 4 Great Portland St, London W1W 8QL

4. The Star  by Liverpool Street


Boasting seven spectacular themed Karaoke rooms, including the Disco Room, the Jungle Room and the Glam Palace, this is probably the ultimate bar for any karaoke lover in London. They have a huge song catalogue too, where you can unleash your inner Chers, Britneys, or whoever you want to be for the night.

You can also enjoy their Drag Karaoke Bottomless Brunch, hosted by the legendary drag queen, Margarine. Begin with a group karaoke session before diving into a feast of delectable brunch options from Hot Box, with choices ranging from smoked meats to egg dishes, and unlimited drinks. The day finishes off with a group sing-along, as Margarine and fellow brunch-goers come together in Karaoke Heaven’s bar.

Address: 94 Middlesex St, London E1 7EZ

5. Jihwaja

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Karaoke, known as “noraebang” (노래방) in Korean, meaning “song room,” is more than just a singing activity—it’s an integral part of Korean culture that unites individuals from all walks of life. At Jihwaja, you can immerse yourself in Korean culture, food and music at Jihwaja.  Sing your way through a diverse archive of Korean, Chinese and western songs whilst enjoying tasty food such as Jihwaja’s popular Yangnyeom chicken.

Make sure that Jihwaja is at the top of the list of your best Karaoke bars in London! The venue offers several private karaoke rooms for hire and accommodates varying group sizes. The good thing is you can even choose to go just for an hour, with flexible booking options ranging from hourly rentals to an entire evening.

Address: 353A Kennington Lane 

6. The Old Queens Head


The Old Queen’s Head might look like your average north London pub but it’s far from it. It’s not primarily known as one of the karaoke bars in London because it offers a lot more too, but it’s still one of the best. You can reserve your very own private Karaoke room for up to 12 mates where you can sing, eat and drink. It also frequently puts on exciting events,  too such as Hip Hop karaoke nights, so be sure keep an eye out for them!

Address: 44 Essex Rd, Islington, London, N1 8LN

7. Karaoke Hole


If you love Karaoke, drag shows and strong cocktails the Karaoke Hole will be right up your alley. Experience a kaleidoscope of colour, sound and feeling like never before.

On Thursday nights you can expect cabaret and comedy shows and the famous, free-entry Queereoke. Fridays and Saturday evenings at the Karaoke Hole are a must; get a front row seat to the full drag karaoke chaos!

Grab a fancy cocktail and let go of all your inhibitions at the Karaoke Hole! Sing, dance and enjoy! 

Address: 95 Kingsland High St, London E8 2PB

8.Bloomsbury Lanes


Bloomsbury Lanes boasts a bustling diner, a bowling alley and five spacious karaoke rooms! Each room is fitted with a large touchscreen tv with an extensive index of 30,000 tracks to sing to. There’s generally the classics that you’d expect, as well as lots of indie and retro songs to choose from. Like some of the other top karaoke bars in London, you’ll also find lots of events as well as bowling and great food!

Address: Bedford Way, WC1H 9EU

9. The Old School Yard


Priding themselves on their upbeat atmosphere and fun retro arcade, the Old School Yard is a favourite of cocktail lovers and karaoke goers alike. Committed to their 80s, school-yard theme, expect a blast  to the past with familiar classic, timeless jams.

Their popular private karaoke rooms are spacious and perfect for large groups. Seamlessly line up track after track on the touch-screen television and bring on the drinks!

Address:111 Long Ln, London SE1 4PH

10. Karaoke Box Mayfair

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Karaoke Box Mayfair knows how to put on a good time. Perfect for big gatherings such as birthdays and more, lounge in luxury rooms and sing the night away. Priding itself on it’s deluxe service, expect friendly and attentive staff so you’re free to focus on the music. Time flies by when you’re having fun so booking 2 hours is recommended. 

Address: Basement Level, 14 Maddox St, London w1S 1PQ

11. The Bat & Ball Stratford


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With a cool, UV lit, private karaoke room and 25,000 songs for you to choose from The Bat & Ball Stratford just gets karaoke. It’s a great place to try out, because once you’ve finished singing your lungs away, you can play some beer pong, Prosseco pong, ping pong, pool or interactive darts. The Bat & Ball is literally somewhere you can stay all night (until they close anyway).

Address: 2 Montfichet Road Westfield, London E20 1EJ

And that brings us to the end of our list of the best karaoke bars in London. Karaoke is a fun, engaging activity to enjoy with your friends. It’s also an underrated icebreaker, nobodies too cool for karaoke. As we’ve demonstrated, there are karaoke hotspots all over the city. Each one is unique so give them all a try and be sure to let us know what you think!

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