If the summer wasn’t exciting enough then Roxy Ball Room are about to max-out the thrills! They’re opening a brand new Roxy Ball Room in Sheffield, jam packed with awesome games.
There are a few things that have become synonymous with the Roxy Ball Room brand … ball games, obviously, tasty food, creative cocktails, urban style venues often in iconic historic buildings and awesome party vibes.
The new Roxy Ball Room in Sheffield will not disappoint on any of these fronts! Located in the incredible Telephone House on Charter Square, Roxy Sheffield will be opening this summer.
You can expect to find a fabulous range of games to occupy you and your mates, all night long. Classics like American pool, beer pong, ping pong and basketball as well as some you might not have tried before including ice-free curling, duck pin bowling and shuffleboard. Alongside these will be a Roxy fan-favourite crazy pool as well as several high-tech private karaoke rooms, so even if you don’t win at the games you can slam dunk those vocals.
You’re likely to find the odd arcade game and photo booth also dotted around the Roxy Ball Room.
With ten Roxy venues already open across the North of England, Roxy have honed a popular and tasty food and drinks offering. Serving up American-style classics of pizza and mini plates including Mac ‘N’ Cheese Bites with a chipotle mayo dip and Cheesy Dough Balls.
The bar will be fully stocked whilst also including 16 beers and craft ales and a delightful selection of classic and signature cocktails. I’m hoping the Shuffle Hustle makes it onto the Roxy Sheffield menu (Captain Morgans, Chambord, lime juice, cranberry, sugar syrup and fresh raspberries – yum).
If you’re a student living in Sheffield then you’ll know Telephone House. Set in the heart of the city, alongside loads of great night-time venues, Telephone House is prime student accommodation. Funnily enough, back in the ’80s and ’90s Telephone House was home to a nightclub called Roxy Disco!
Roxy is taking over 15,500 square foot and giving it a Roxy make over. Think bold and contemporary with stunning graffiti art works, neon lighting and plenty of stylish soft furnishings.
The impressive modernisation will form the backdrop to many a memorable night, with a soundtrack of eclectic rock and indie tunes creating that special Roxy vibe.
Joel Mitchell, Brand Development and commercial manager for Roxy Leisure said, ‘’After several years of success in some of the north’s most prolific cities, it was only a matter of time before Roxy found a home in Sheffield. The Telephone House venue is simply perfect, with plenty of room for our wealth of gaming options and a prime location in the heart of the city’s buzzing nightlife scene.’’
‘’Whether you’re out for a bite to eat and a few games of shuffleboard or need to host a lively stag or hen do with lots of different personalities to please, Roxy is the ultimate all-in-one entertainment venue. We look forward to welcoming the people of Sheffield to our newest bar and am confident the unique Roxy formula will resonate with locals.’’
Yes, Joel! We agree.
Ready for a night out at Roxy Sheffield? Well, you’d better follow their Facebook so you know when bookings open. It’ll be well worth the wait.
Where: Telephone House, 40 Charter Square, Sheffield S1 4HS
Off-Peak Cost: Prices vary per activity. Ice-free curling £12 one lane for 30 mins / duck pin bowling £24 per hour / shuffleboard £12 per table for one hour. For full pricing details visit the website.
Note: Images are from Roxy Ball Room, Boar Lane in Leeds
Loads! Whilst you’re waiting for Roxy to open how about you check out our review of venues in Sheffield where you can have a great night out, eating, drinking and playing some games.