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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52 Poland Street, Soho, London, W1F 8QU
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+44 (0)20 7439 3660
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Lucky Voice Karaoke
52 Poland StreetSohoLondonW1F 8QU
- +44 (0)20 7439 3660
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus
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Come, don't be afraid. We're going deep within the notorious heart of Soho, where we shall trip down glistening black steps into a gloomy cave full of hidden wonders and unspeakable activities. Take my hand as we prowl silently down murky low-slung hallways and lose ourselves amidst the directionless gloom. Peer cautiously through narrow windows subtly positioned on barely-visible doors,...more
Thank you for the music...
Ok, so we can't carry a tune in a paper bag but my friends & I thoroughly enjoyed a night at Lucky Voice for karaoke.
We sang(hmmm...), danced, laughed and murder each and every song we programmed into our pod machine.
I booked a room for 8 of us and blagged us each a free Cosmopolitan, as I organise a Sex & The City group. They were STRONG, so assisted us in...more
Having been a fan of Lucky Voice for years, I finally visited its Soho location a few months back with a big group of people from work.
The rabbit warren style booths, a lack of signal cutting you off from outside contact and the other-worldy sense you feel when you pop back up smack bang in the middle of Poland Street upon resurfacing makes it my favourite of the bunch.
Pink neon strip...more
FUN FUN FUN!!
I should start by saying that I couldn't carry a tune if I had handles. I suck at Karaoke. While some would argue that this is part of the fun, I must correct them by sing a few lines from any song. I do get a bit of anxiety, like sweaty palms and under boobies anxiety when singing in front of a crowd. Inebriated or not, it will always be a nerve racking experience, not so much...more
Poor Lucky Voice Soho.
My love for you has faded since your flashier, bigger and, quite frankly, better, Lucky Voice sibling opened in Islington. They serve draft beer there, have big windows in their bar area, rooms that are more flexible if an extra few people tag along and the corridor does not smell of wee.
Still, when centrality is required you still serve my singing needs well.more