Popworld is a late-night bar with a difference – we are cheese with style!
Located in the heart of 12th Street in central Milton Keynes, spread over two floors with a signature light-up dance floor, VIP booths and two incredible bars!
We run our weekly club night events (£2 Tuesday industry night, Karaoke Thursdays and Pop Friday and Saturdays) where you’ll be greeted by our friendly staff and party the night away with like-minded, fun-loving people!
In addition to this, we have introduced our venue to the corporate world for private functions and business networking, utilising the venue as a multi-purpose event space rather than just a nightclub. We can accommodate a range of different event types, packages, and sizes with a full capacity of 450 and the ability to cater to each client’s specific needs.
We often extend our normal opening hours to reach a wider audience, by holding bingo events and themed bottomless brunches every month. Our brunches include 3 hours of live entertainment, themed props and 90 minutes of bottomless pizza and drinks… in a variety of different themes such as Drag Brunch and 80s vs 90s!
Working with the local community is also incredibly important to us, demonstrated in the fact that we are often collaborating with a wide range of local charities that wish to utilise our venue space for events that assist them with fundraising and raising awareness.
We continuously aim to ensure that our venue is a safe space which has something for everyone no matter your age, ethnicity, ability or gender with inclusivity and diversity existing as a core value for us. The venue is accessible with disabled access throughout the venue and access via our lift.
Come and join the party, we’d love to host you!
Telephone number: 01908 018626 (Option 2)
Facebook: Popworld Milton Keynes
Tik Tok: popworld_mk
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