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Roxy Ball Room are spending £100k converting their top floors into two courses plus a bar

MINI Golfers: you're about to get a brand new place to play. 

Roxy Ball Room is to open eighteen holes of mini golf within their venue on Deansgate in February. There'll be two nine-hole courses, plus a bar with a cocktail menu to fit the golfing theme.

The in-house design and build team are busy constructing the course, which will have a traditional grass mini golf feel with loops and ramps and some quirky Roxy twists. It will fill their unused upper floor, and is in tune with their 'Eat, Drink and Play' ethos.

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Roxy are spending £100k on the two courses
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The 'Eat, Drink and Play' venue will also get a new dedicated mini golf bar

Roxy Ball Room opened on Deansgate less than a year ago, and offers ping pong, American pool, pinball, and beer pong, alongside its bar and food menus. The £100k extension to the upper floor brings the total investment in the venue to £800k.

The managing director Matt Jones had this to say about the new addition, “Manchester is being really kind to us and there is a clear desire for social-based activities within the city centre. 

"We’ve had some really great feedback on Roxy Ball Room and want to continue to develop our offering as an adult social gaming hub for our customers.”

Want to be the first to try the course? Roxy Ball Room have a limited number of discounted tickets for advance bookings. To get yours, head to