Oli Pluck has been a huge part of the world flair movement. Oli actually competed in the very first Roadhouse competition and has been a part of its growth over the past 12 years. Having once upon a time worked for TGI Fridays he moved on to being a Roadhouse bartender himself. His passion for flair and the competitions has become a way of life and has led him to travel the world working and tending bars all over.
Oli set himself a goal when taking on the Roadhouse World Flair organiserâ€™s position and that was to promote flair on a worldwide scale and he is very much committed to finding and developing new talent. A monthly competition would not be complete without a continuous evolution of new faces and fresh talent. Not always an easy task but one that Oli and Roadhouse consider essential for the present and future of flair.
How to find us
Nearest Tube stations
Covent Garden (Piccadilly line)
Embankment (District and Circle line)
Leicester Square (Northern line)
Flights and travelling to London
There are many forms of transport to central London. If you need any information on travelling to London from your arrival destination please contact us
Hotels and hostels
London is not the cheapest place at the best of time but here are a few recommendations on where to stay whilst in London.
Nearest to Roadhouse
Strand Palace - Great location and priced well if youâ€™re sharing a room. If price is not an issue just across The Strand is the Savoy that has beautiful rooms for the tradition, elegant traveller.
Travelodge - Covent Garden
Londontown.com & lastminute.com
Rooms can be expensive but again sharing makes them reasonable. You will need to book well in advance.
Hostels tend to be the way forward sometimes as all you need is a few hours to rest your head before an early morning commute home. This method often means a bed for the night for under ÂŁ20. If there are a few of you travelling down together, book out a dorm for everyone.
Piccadilly Backpackers - Large, central and very accommodating.
Bulushiâ€™s Camden - Further out but in the heart of Londonâ€™s beloved Camden Town.
Belushiâ€™s London Bridge - A little further out again but a pillow for your head is worth the extra mile.