A night out in Sheffield is set to get even better with Roxy Ball Room opening in the refurbished ground floor of Wellington Street car park in the coming months.
From beer pong to pool and shuffleboard, visitors to Sheffield city centre will be able to party the night away whilst competing in their favourite pub games at the new venue.
The latest addition to the city’s £470 million regeneration scheme, Roxy Ball Room is operated by Roxy Leisure – who are already established in Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, Nottingham, Birmingham, and Bristol.
Roxy Ball Room will be based underneath Telephone House, which has recently been refurbished, and close to the recently opened restaurant and bar, The Furnace.
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 Manager at Roxy Leisure, believes Heart of the City has presented the perfect opportunity for the company to open their first venue in the Steel City.
“This is an incredible location and we can’t wait to bring the Roxy experience to the city. Roxy and Sheffield are a perfect fit for each other and we are very excited to finally come to a city that we have wanted to be in for a long time.”
Alex Hyams, Senior Leasing Manager at Queensberry – Strategic Development Partner on Heart of the City, continued:
“Roxy Leisure are one of the sectors most sought after operators and their venues have a real sense of character and personality, which will bring something new to the city centre. Heart of the City is taking the city centre’s social scene to a new level and Roxy, alongside the likes of The Furnace and Cambridge Street Collective foodhall, will give the public and local businesses a leading social destination to enjoy in the day, after work and into the evening.”