Looking for karaoke in London? Head to Lucky Voice in Islington and rent a private karaoke room. Fill it with you, your mates, a few beers and lots of loud out of tune singing!
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Lucky Voice Karaoke
173-174 Upper Street
- +44 (0)20 7354 6280
- Public transport:
- Highbury & Islington, Underground
One of my friend sign up their site and we get 25% off room hire. We went on Thursday night and had such a good time. They have very long song list and no matter what kind of music you like to listen (and sing) you won't be disappointed because they will be able to find a song on your taste. The young ladies from the staff were very polite and made the party even better because our glasses...more
So there was a Yelp event organised by Tristan J and Ashley, who are key workers, which means - on Sundays and Mondays, you get the room for free, as long as you spend £40 on drinks (includes the £20 deposit).
We had an amazingly fun time, the rooms were large, clean and spacey, and filled with jumbo blow-up mics, saxophones, funny hats and tambourines for laughs. The drinks were tasty,...more
A great Karaoke place, quite unexpectedly found on Upper street...
Apart from the comfy singing cubicles, the rest of the place is very nice, and offers a great food a drink variety.more
I've been to Lucky Voice twice now, and it's been a joy on both occasions. Have to give credit to Tristan who has been kind enough to organize the UYE Karaoke!
Front of the house seems to be purely a bar area, so no singing takes place out for all the world to see. They have several private rooms, each decked out with lovely, comfy chairs, as well as several props (inflatable instruments...more
I'm going to be honest - while I love karaoke in theory, the reality of holding a mic fills me with dread! It's the equivalent of the fear you feel where you dream you've forgotten you have a big exam or you've left the house naked.
As I made my way to Lucky Voice I comforted myself with the knowledge that I didn't have to sing if I didn't want to and I was sure there would be people eager to...more