The newest edition to the cricket restaurant chain, Sixes, opens in Guildford. A bold and colourful space, the venue collaborated with Clarke Gough Joinery to create an entertaining and sociable cricket experience.
Situated in Guildford’s central shopping centre, the Tunsgate Quarter, Sixes Cricket has added another of its popular cricket-inspired restaurants to its portfolio. This unique restaurant and bar chain injects fun into cricket, with a dedicated area for playing in each venue.
With several netted partitions within the space for playing cricket, participants choose their level before batting against virtual versions of some of the world’s greatest bowlers while friends, family, colleagues, and other patrons look on. The space layout immerses gamers in a fun and social environment, enjoying beverages and food while also getting competitive on the cricket ‘field’.
Installed by Andrew Clarke from the award-winning Clarke Gough Joinery, the design takes inspiration from the interior fashions of the 60s and 70s but with a contemporary feel. The eatery is painted in bright, bold, contrasting colours with glowing neon lights, colourful soft furnishings and a nod to the sport with cricket bats hung from the ceiling.
To complement the bold décor, Clarke Gough Joinery recommended and installed one of Atkinson & Kirby’s newer products, our Congaree Smoked Oak, in plank for the flooring. The rich, toffee tones of the wood contrast perfectly with the vibrant walls and furnishings.
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