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Refurbishment For The Hollywood Bowl Manchester

Monday, April 18th, 2016


The UK’s largest tenpin bowling operator, The Original Bowling Company, has invested £350,000 in the refurbishment of its Hollywood Bowl Centre in Ashton Leisure Park.

Completed in March, the Centre remained open for the duration of the project, and celebrated its new look with a VIP event on 15th April.


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The redesigned Centre represents a ‘new generation’ of Hollywood Bowl, including 26 fully computerised lanes piaget polo replica watches with plush leather seating, a new ‘Hollywood Diner’ restaurant concept and upgraded bar, with new décor celebrating all things Americana. It even houses a full-size vintage Ford, serving as a dining car.

There are four new, exclusive VIP lanes decorated with portraits of Hollywood legends allowing visitors to get the A-list treatment and bowl in a plush, roped off area, with bowling balls that look like giant pool balls.

Any of the Centre’s lanes can be pre-booked. With classic booths in the new look diner area available to enjoy freshly-made American classics, including burgers, gourmet dogs and shakes, Hollywood Bowl is perfectly positioned as not only a great place to enjoy a game of bowling, but also an entertainment haven for families and adult fun seekers alike.

The Centre’s revamped bar serves a variety of drinks and traditional cocktails – making it an ideal venue for night time trade.

Steve Burns, CEO at The Original Bowling Company said: “We’re very excited to unveil our new-look Manchester centre. We’ve evolved the brand on considerably over the last couple of years and Ashton is a great example of the future of Hollywood Bowl.

“The refurbishment has already received some excellent customer reaction and is delivering a strong commercial performance. The Ashton centre is the second of several planned refurbishments in 2016 and we are also actively looking for opportunities to open new centres on a nationwide basis.”

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