Two skating arenas keeps the fun rolling, four fully licensed bars. Indoor and outdoor seating areas.
As well as the club events, Roller Disco also host the weekly Family Jam where kids and families are welcome.
A perfect place to celebate a birthday party, hens night or special occasion.
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Roller Disco @ Renaissance Rooms
Opposite Arch No.8
off Miles StreetLondonSW8 1RZ
- 020 7720 9140
Roller Disco is a great alternative to the usual night out - £15 gets you a pair of skates and protection, as well as a night of 80s (but not only) music. Although the two times I've been there I really enjoyed skatong, I feel like there could be more done with this space. Why not organise group dancing or skating lessons? Why not do theme nights?
Good fun nevertheless!more
This place is good fun. You can have a skate, watch people go around, and it's well marshalled so the second somebody falls over, the mashalls are there in seconds to ensure you aren't run over which might cause the inevitable chain reaction or a car crash like pile up.
There are two arenas. One for casual/beginners. The other where people are zipping around a lot faster and showing off, that...more
This. Place. Is. AMAZING.
80s music, people dressed in Lycra, neon tutus and glow-in-the-dark makeup and everyone wheeling around the roller-dance-floor, you just can't get better than this for a night out!
At £15 a head on a Saturday night it's bordering on expensive for London but it's not too crowded so if you've fallen over a few times you can skate over to a seat and due to the...more
Dress up entirely in Lycra and go roller disco-ing? Yea, why not?
For £12 on a Friday night, I'd say this place is a good 'once every few years' night out. I was impressed that it wasn't too crowded, you could always find a comfy area to sit, the queues at the bar/door/skate desk were short and efficient... people weren't too annoyingly/sloppily drunk (except that 'one guy', but there's...more
I've frequented this place three times since moving to London. Once in my first year at university (for the craic), once for a hen party and most recently a friends birthday.
I have to say, I'm not the typical hen night/birthday night out kind of girl and I've never gone in 80s legwarmers and neon, but it is almost obligatory.
Also, unless you're an expert skater or has amazingly good...more