Roxy Leisure said it has several new openings planned for the remainder of 2023 and in 2024.
The Roxy Lanes and Roxy Ball Room operator – which currently runs 18 sites – is planning to open one more venue by the end of the year and five more during 2024.
The group said it is eyeing further expansion within the coming years.
During the current financial year, Roxy Leisure has opened sites in Birmingham, Cardiff, Leicester, and Cheltenham. It has also opened its first King Pins bowling concept site in Manchester and has lined up a second opening at Silverburn in Glasgow.
This comes as the group releases its 2022 financial results, a period during which it saw its turnover reach over £23m.
This was an increase of 94% compared to the prior year, and was the first year of trading during which its venues were not closed due to COVID-19 restrictions.
The group posted a pre-tax profit of £3m, up from £1.75m in 2021.