After what feels like a long, long wait, Sheffield is finally set to get its very own Roxy Ball Room, which will take up residence in the old Telephone House later this month.
Promising tons of games under one roof, guests will be able to enjoy a night out with friends inside a one-stop destination – which was formerly big enough to house the city’s O2 Academy concert venue – alongside plenty of cocktails, beers, and crowd-pleasing games such as bowling, shuffleboard and beer pong, to name a few.
Already operating in cities such as Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, Nottingham, Birmingham, and Bristol, Roxy Ball Room has become loved across the country for its vast gaming offering, which is accompanied by stylish interiors, delicious cocktails and a lively atmosphere.
Inside the 15,500 sq ft bar ‘gaming mecca’, guests can expect games such as American Pool, ping pong, shuffleboard, basketball, duckpin bowling, bank-shot shuffleboard, crazy pool and high-tech karaoke – which guests are invited to play til their heart’s content, before tucking into American-style grub such as hot dogs, pizzas and mini bites.
Kate Martin, Executive Director of City Futures at Sheffield City Council, said: “The Roxy Ball Room will be a fantastic new addition to Sheffield’s night-time offer.
“We’re all about celebrating fun in this city and I’m really pleased that Roxy Leisure have chosen Sheffield as the home of their new venue.”
Joel Mitchell, Brand development and commercial manager for Roxy Leisure said: “We’ve been overwhelmed with the response to our 12th Roxy venue opening this month. It’s been a long time coming and the Telephone House is the perfect space in the Heart of the city, with plenty of room for all the new gaming we’re bringing with us.
“The ice-free curling is proving to be very popular with bookers as it’s something totally new to Sheffield. We can’t wait to open and welcome everyone to get their game on from Friday 19th August”
Roxy Ball Room officially opens its doors on Friday 19th August, and you can book here.