Looking for karaoke in London? Head to Lucky Voice 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
52 Poland StreetSohoLondonW1F 8QU
- +44 (0)20 7439 3660
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus, Underground
Had a great time here before dinner for my mums bday, great staff, great songs, props in the booth, we were very happy and would def recommend, the only difference I would make is the bottle of prosecco was slightly pricey at 30 quid so that's why I have said four stars not five,
*I reviewed them this on their own site and recieved a lovely email from their manager offering me a free drink...more
No place better in the world for karaoke! Private rooms, drinks delivered at the touch of a button, instruments and wigs/hats, voice effects to make you sound amazing AND you can pre load the playlist before you get there. Superb.more
I am a huge fan of Lucky Voice because I'm not a huge fan of karaoke generally. We go with some friends and get a room with just us. That's the attraction. Have a few drinks with my friends and make a fool of myself? Sure. Make a fool of myself in front of a huge crowd? No thanks.
The only down-side is that it's a bit pricey. With 6 or 7 of us, we end up paying about £50 each for the night...more
Ah karaoke. In my head, it's the worst form of entertainment. I'm going to be made to sing, in front of people? Oh, go on then. Because at Lucky Voice you can hire a booth which is only for you and your friends. It's kinda seedy looking inside - red leather sofas, dark and dingy, wails of "don't stoooppp belieevvinng" coming from other rooms.... you get the picture. But it's tons of fun. The...more
We booked a room for the rainy bank holiday Monday and had a great time, the room was ready when we arrived (some of the first in for the day so nice and clean) and got singing, it's been a while since we were last there and they've improved the interface a little. There are new playlists that are actually populated (see my review of karaoke box!) and a lot of the backing tracks have been...more