Just got to sing?

Looking for a karaoke bar Brighton? Whether you’d like an exclusive booth so you can caterwaul with your mates or impress (or otherwise) a crowd of like-minded enthusiasts in an open bar. This unabashedly camp guilty pleasure that took the 90’s by storm is still creaming in royalties for the likes of Alannah Myles (Black Velvet) and Kings of Leon (Sex on Fire).

Get your glad rags on and warm those vocal cords. We’re turning the setting to power ballad and cranking the volume up to LOUD.

“Go big or go home” so the saying goes, Gars in the Lanes is one of Brighton’s favourite Chinese restaurants and host to the city’s single largest karaoke room. So if you and 29 of your dearest singalong enthusiasts want to get together for a night of modern Asian dining interspersed with heartfelt renditions of classics, Gars is your personal paradise.

Lucky Voice is all about cutting loose and really immersing yourself in the karaoke experience. Booths are fully digitalised and even include a “Thirsty” button for room service drinks so you don’t have to miss a beat going to the bar. If you didn’t think life could get any better it can, Lucky Voice also serve pizzas. Ever wished you could just lock the kids in a soundproof room and leave them to scream themselves hoarse? Well, you can with a Lucky Voice kids party!

(Photo credit: Lucky Voice)

One of Brighton’s oldest and much loved gay bars, The Bulldog, is well known for it’s bawdy but good-natured atmosphere and late opening hours. Head upstairs for seriously camp, competitive karaoke, drag-queen hostesses and a party atmosphere that is a frisson of enthusiasm. Karaoke at The Bulldog brings a new depth of meaning to singing with gay abandon!

(photo credit: The Bulldog, Facebook)