Thursday, 29 2019 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
upstairs bar @ The Duke of Wellington,
77 Wardour Street
Soho, London
W1D 6QA
United Kingdom

London Lads, in association with the Duke of Wellington Soho, are delighted to invite you to our August edition of Karaoke Kiki, for a sociable and fun-packed night with other LGBT+ people – where you can belt out renditions of your favourite songs, having a drink or two and joining with the crowd to singing along to those classic karaoke tunes! You don't have to sing, should you fear you'll be made to perform.

'Naughty Neil' from London Karaoke will be hosting the karaoke fun on the night, plus you can be assured you will be with other friendly people in an attitude-free and clique-free group.

Not a singer? Don't worry! You don't have to sing and it's a social mixer event hosted by London Lads, so expect a team of friendly hosts and many people attending - most of whom will be coming along on their own.

When you check in with us, you'll get a wristband giving you access to 'doubles for singles' drinks promotions (from the upstairs bar only). Plus you'll get a lei and we will have some free nibbles too!

We ask for a £3 contribution towards the costs of running the event. Please give this to a host upon arrival, where you will be registered and issued your name badge, etc.

IF YOU ARE NEW... you are very welcome. Please make sure to approach an organiser, so we can help with introductions.

THE PLAN...

7.00pm onwards - Arrivals & Check-in, socialising

8.00pm - Karaoke Commences, hosted by the brilliant 'Naughty Neil' from London Karaoke.

Bar closes @ midnight

JOIN US...

...ON YOUR OWN: Don't be worried about coming along on your own. You won't be left feeling like billy-no-mates! You'll meet other guys who, like you, found the courage to come along unaccompanied and join in the fun. We also have a really great bunch of regular attendees, who are friendly and will be really happy to meet you.

...WITH A MATE OR TWO: Grab a mate or two and bring them along for a great evening in Soho. This can be useful if you are just a bit too shy or hesitant to attend on your own.

IF YOU ARE NEW... you are very welcome! It is advisable for newbies to arrive earlier towards the start of the event. Please make sure to approach an organiser, who will be wearing a glow-stick, so we can help with introductions. There are usually plenty of new people, so you will not be the only one and won't feel like billy-no-mates!

We look forward to seeing you all :-)

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