100,000 sq ft competitive socialising venue launches in Wandsworth

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Competitive socialising venue launches in Wandsworth

Related tags: Gravity Southside Wandsworth, Gravity Active Entertainment, Competitive socialising, Landsec, Michael Harrison

Gravity Active Entertainment has launched a 100,000 sq ft competitive socialising-focused venue in the former Debenhams site in Southside Wandsworth shopping centre.

Gravity Southside Wandsworth ups the ante in the UK’s booming competitive socialising space, offering an electric go-kart racetrack, adventure golf, digital darts, augmented reality shuffleboard and an e-sports gaming arena (among other activities). 

The venue features three hospitality outlets: a sports bar, a New York-style cocktail bar and a Japanese street bar and noodle kitchen. 

“This project takes active entertainment to the next level with loads of immersive experiences and UK firsts," says co-founder Michael Harrison. 

"By day it’s the perfect half-day experience for the family or a great place to host a party. By night we will dim the lights, speed up the E-karts, ramp up the music with live performances and let the adults take over." 

Gravity Active Entertainment and partner Landsec have put £6 million into the venue - a pilot space that will hopefully come to shape other Gravity openings in London in coming years.

Gravity Entertainment was founded in 2014 by Simon Whicker, Harvey Jenkinson and Michael Harrison.

In seven years, the brand has built over 400,000 square ft of entertainment in venues from Edinburgh to the capital.  

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