The best new game and entertainment centres London has to offer
Crazy golf pitches, boozy bowling alleys and neon-lit ping-pong tables are 10 a penny in London, while the likes of Flight Club (social darts) and axe throwing no longer feel novel. But our appetite for gaming and socialising in unison certainly hasn’t waned, and neither have the number of innovative concepts exploding (quite literally in one case) from the industry.
In post-lockdown 2021 alone, a slew of original concepts have launched within the capital, fusing technology with traditional sports or board games. These activities are typically lent a late-night vibe by the chance to drink and dance to DJ sets as you play, offering punters a more active form of socialising and an alternative to clubbing or chatting at a bar.
From go-karting around an augmented reality course to the chance to immerse yourself in a four-dimensional game of Monopoly, meet the new game and entertainment centres shaking up the city’s social scene.