Sixes Cricket has already proved that Cricket can be fun for all the family and a bash at the batting net pairs beautifully with cocktails. However, Sixes Cricket are bringing the party vibes with their new UV Cricket.
Available at their London and Manchester venues, the world’s first UV cricket, is set to add some festive magic to your evening. This colourfully unique activity allows you to impress your date with your batting skills under the revolutionary UV lighting.
Sixes uses state-of-the-art batting technology to create a wildly fun and highly competitive social play opportunity. Through the utilisation of elite sports technology, the impressive set-up, backed by cricketing legends like Sir Andrew Strauss, can be enjoyed by complete beginners through to experienced pros.
However, the quality doesn’t stop at the batting net. Sixes Cricket curate an exceptional cocktail menu and a high-end food offering … which isn’t surprising given Sixes Cricket was founded by food and drink pioneers Andy Waugh and Calum Mackinnon, from Mac & Wild.
Alongside a full bar of wine, beer and cider, Sixes Cricket offer classic and bespoke cocktails. From bubbly beauties such as Bramble 75 (Johnnie Walker Black whisky, cardamom, crème de mure, lemon and Veuve Clicquot) to experimental enigmas like their Bread & Butter (Hennessey VS, brown butter, spiced honey and bread).
Their BBQ inspired menu is genius and if you find it too difficult to choose then you can always opt for their sharing BBQ platter – Burnt end nuggets, low and slow smoked chicken wings, beef and whisky sausages, whisky glazed beef short rib, zesty summer slaw, beef gravy, garlic mayo and harissa sour cream!
Andy Waugh, Co-Founded of Sixes, said: “We’re taking Sixes Social Cricket to the next level with UV Cricket. Glow in the dark cricket alongside knockout cocktails means the party atmosphere is now well and truly happening at Sixes.”
Where: 170 Great Portland Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1W 5QB / 18 Farm Lane, Fulham, London, SW6 1PP / The Corn Exchange, Cathedral St., Manchester, M4 3TR
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