Karaoke Bars in Bath

Feb 2 | Posts

Love it or Hate It ? Karaoke is here to stay, so here are a few places to stay away from or go and have your fill; from private booths to full on fun with an audience, the choice is yours. Bath, the city that never stops amazing us has a number of great karaoke bars and venues that offer you so much fun and freedom to be yourself. So, if you are lover of Karaoke try these for a fit.

The Cork

Situated right in the heart of Bath, The Cork boasts two bars, two vaulted party pod booths, a conservatory and a very large alfresco terrace area. You won’t find a better pub in which to socialise, relax, watch live sport or have a full-on party!

Their Karaoke pod rooms come fully loaded with your own TV and karaoke system – perfect for a big night out or a big match. One pod is ideal for up to 8 people, the other up to 12.

The Cork is also known for a great food menu, fantastic choice of drinks, special events and live sport too.

You’ll find The Cork in the Westgate Buildings Bath, Less than 5 mins (0.2mile) from our apartment in New Marchants Passage.

Mandalyns

Thursday is THE night for Karaoke @ Mandalyns! From 8pm to 3am, ‘Mine Host’ for the evening is not less than DJ Small Shorts who hosts one of the best karaoke nights in Bath. This place is a must go to for amazing deals with student discounts too, all night and cocktail happy hour taking place between 8pm and 10pm. It’s fun, cheap and extremely popular with the gay fraternity so a good mix of people.

Mandalyns is a short walk of around 9 mins (0.6 miles) from our apartment in New Marchants Passage but well worth a vist

The Secret Room at Opium

One of Bath’s Best Know Secrets! If you wish your party to be very private and exclusive, how about booking the secret room with its own separate private entrance, bar, karaoke and screening facility.

With a capacity of 20/25 people you will have the privilege of having your own bar and bartender. this room could be booked at an hourly rate of £50, this is the ideal option for karaoke nights in Bath when there’s a special occasion to celebrate.

Tucked away in the vaults below ‘Grove Street’, a quiet residential area just off Pulteney Bridge in Bath lays the world of Opium. Opium is a bespoke designed bar offering a unique experience for the senses. The interiors are a combination of periods from Victoriana to Bohemian Louis IV, Renaissance to present day. The atmosphere is defined by its clientele and can offer high style to modern chic.

Opium offers a selection of classic cocktails and modern ‘house’ varieties, Martinis, a careful hand-picked wine list and a wide selection of world beers as well as a helpful and happy bar staff that are more than ready to impart their advice, knowledge and a good story about the drinks that they serve. In addition they also offer a selection of ‘World Tapas’ to mix and match.

Well worth booking your event in advance – being only a short walk of around 8-9mins (0.5miles)

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