Lucky Voice Soho

Nightlife, Karaoke Soho
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A Soho karaoke bar.

For those who enjoy crooning into a hairbrush, but are too shy to take to the stage, Lucky Voice might be the solution. Nine private ‘pods’ allow groups of four to 12 people to belt out a classic without any fear of embarrassment. Pizza and nibbles are basic, but the drinks menu is more extravagant; choose a snifter off the list to chase away any lingering inhibitions. With almost a million songs on the 
play-list, there will certainly be a tune you know – so no excuses. 


Venue name: Lucky Voice Soho
Address: 52 Poland Street
Opening hours: Open/meals served 5.30pm-1am Mon-Thur; 3pm-1am Fri, Sat; 3-10.30pm Sun
Transport: Tube: Oxford Circus tube
Price: Main courses £7.50
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Perfect for cheesy pop songs!

I have visited a couple times and always had so much fun!

Multiple rooms so you can have your own space.

Large list of songs to belt your voice out too

Tasty Cocktails

What else could you want!


We came here on a work social and what good fun, we had! We gathered in the bar for some Dutch courage before being shown to our booths – because of the number of us going we spread across neighbouring rooms, which wasn’t a problem though would have been nice to all be together. The rooms are a vision of red from ceiling to floor, with mood lights and disco ball setting the scene for what’s instore, the karaoke machine itself is far more sophisticated from others I’ve experienced – with touch screen technology and stocked full of all the music you could want including up to date hits. There’s also plenty of props to play with which adds to the fun and some of the non-singer in amongst us could still join in contributing to the music with well-timed use of a tambourine. One of my favourite things was the control buttons with summoned a staff member to come at take our drinks orders, this worked well especially in our group scenario and meant we didn’t lose any valuable karaoke time. Whilst on the subject of the staff, they were all very friendly and really looked after us. We visited during a fluke heatwave (in London, I know!) and I would just say that it did get a bit uncomfortably warm with so many body’s in a room together, but other than that our experience was truly excellent! Wish we'd made use of the photobooth for a souvenir snap of a brilliant night out


Went to Lucky Voice as a social with some of my pals from a choir I go to, we had a riot!

I loved the fact we were in our own little room and it is definitely a place to go with a group of friends and have a laugh with a microphone! The song catalogue was fantastic and wasn't filled with all of the traditional karaoke songs (although you could have them if you wanted), there really was something for everyone! From Lion King renditions to Lana Del Ray to all the latest chart hits! It would be great for a work social!

The cocktails were delicious, and reasonably priced for the location. In the room there is a button that calls the waitress to order drinks or food- so as not to waste all of your singing time! We made full use of that button! I could do with one in my house!

The timer seems to go really quickly and I would definitely check the song catalogue before your visit so when you get into your room, you can get started straight away!

Happy singing! Can't wait to go back!


Like most karaoke parties that I've been part of, this started slow and awkwardly, was livened up by 80s ballads, before ending with a rousing group chorus of Frank Sinatra. We also had a Time Out Voucher which entitled us to 2 hours booking, a cocktail and a shooter (which helped with the initial stages). This was great value and the booking process was very smooth. The song book was very contemporary. Had we wished to we could have filled the song list with all the recent Ed Sheehan chart entries. However, we kept it more traditional. The props were a nice touch. The disco ball added to the glamour and the service was prompt and attentive. Never will 2 hours fly by so quickly. The microphone hogs amongst you will even start cursing the instrumental solos (such is the desire to sing/shout).


Booked this place using a TimeOut voucher for a few hours' worth of karaoke plus a drink and a cocktail each, and for the price, it did NOT disappoint! My friends and I had a whale of a time trying to put together a playlist, and the drinks were delicious and pretty decently priced, considering the location in Soho. The props were hilarious, too. 

I did see a few of my friends order food and drink outside of the voucher, and they didn't take too long to arrive in the room at all. I do wish we had a larger room, but we were all able to be seated pretty comfortably without a problem.

I will definitely go back!


Karaoke like the japanese. here you get to be in a small room with its own personal waitress so that you can get drunk and sing without deafening strangers. Each room has a box filled with props and it is good fun! 

The drinks can be a bit slow to arrive at times but apart from that I always have fun here.  


Want a step up from singing into a hairbrush at home? Then this is the place; your own private showroom. Room size varies from a handful of people to larger groups. The song catalogue is regularly updated so you can belt out that Top 40 hit. But if you'd rather impress your gang with Bump n' Grind then you'll find all that too. I once sang the American National anthem. Don't ask. The room comes equipped with props so you can air guitar or have an instant mullet and they're hot on getting you any drinks you desire when you press the 'thirsty' button.


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 music selection is great, it's loud, you can press a button that says "thirsty" whenever you need to re stock on tequila shots or other treats. WIN. 

The staff are friendly but largely just leave you to it. Which is really what you want to be honest. There is a main bar area where you can finish your drinks which is quite fun although fairly quiet most of the time from what I can gather. 

Prices vary depending on time of day but you can expect to pay around 20-30 per person for a 2 hour session. 2 hours is plenty.

The BEST karaoke bar in London. We had such a good time there, amazing! The barstaff couldn't be omre friendly, the atmosphere totally chilled out (until you go into the Karoke booth ofcourse!) and to a fantastic covers band called the Beard Of Zeus entertianed us until the early hours. They were phenomenol, the best band we have seen for a long, long time. Wonderful stuff guys, keep it up.