SingEasy is a secret room within Piano Works in the West End; here you can find a restaurant/ bar with singing servers! 

With a 2-course pre-theatre dinner menu on offer for £20 per person, it’s very reasonably priced, and the food is delicious. The starters include soup of the day served with bread, duckless spring rolls with a hoisin sauce, chicken goujons with barbecue sauce or vegetable caponata. The soup is in hearty portions, it was sweet potato and coconut last night, and the spring rolls are crispy and delicious – good reviews all round for the starters on our table!

For mains, there is steak, fish pie, chicken supreme or vegan Caesar salad. The steak is very thin so can only be cooked medium rare or well done, all of the food is well seasoned and very tasty. It’s a limited menu, but most pre-theatre dining options in the West End are.

Whilst you enjoy your meal you can sample the themed cocktails on offer, and make song requests to the singing waiters. Our host Chris was friendly and kept the energy levels high in the room. From Come From Away to Hamilton to Les Miserables to Disney, the songs were varied and great fun! There were some stunning performances throughout the evening. 

Cocktail wise I’d recommend Taste Me or Leave Me and On Wednesdays We Drink Pink – these were our favourites!

Every Thursday SingEasy has a quiz to test your theatre knowledge, plus Happy Hour is From 5 pm to 7 pm daily, and from 11:30 am – 1 pm and 5 pm – 7 pm on Saturdays.

The Membership

Here are all the details of SingEasy’s new membership offer. By signing up you receive a digital wallet membership card which offers the ability to jump the queue and gain priority access To SingEasy, it provides discounted entry on Friday and Saturday nights, alongside free entry on Thursdays and before 8 pm on Saturdays. This extends to the cardholder and up to three of their guests. Membership card holders are entitled to brilliant perks including a dedicated booking line with personalised table and party booking services, as well as special deals on drinks. Members will be entitled to a two-for-one offer on all SingEasy Special cocktails on Thursday nights as well as 50% off drinks from 5-7 pm daily. SingEasy members will also be treated to a complimentary prosecco reception for their birthday and anniversary bookings. You can find out more info about the membership here!

It really does make for a fabulous night out and feels slightly classier, and is more of a cohesive, polished concept than its competitor across Theatreland. So don’t throw away your shot! – sign up for the membership today and Get Down to SingEasy for a night of Big Fun!

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