The Red Dragon Center, Cardiff Bay’s premier entertainment destination, is pleased to announce that it will once again welcome visitors to its multitude of venues on Monday, May 17th.
This is in line with Welsh Government guidelines which allow hospitality and indoor attractions to reopen as long as they meet Covid terms. Up to six people from different homes will be able to meet at the Red Dragon Center for the first time since December.
Home to food and drink favorites, a 26-lane Hollywood Bowl and ODEON Cardiff bowling alley, which boasts South Wales’s only digital IMAX display, the reopening of the Red Dragon Center will give friends and families a comeback. safe in this beloved place of entertainment.
The popular ten pin bowling alley at the Red Dragon Center will reopen on Monday the 17the May to bring strikes and fun galore for families in Cardiff.
Weronika Hughes, director of the Hollywood Bowl Cardiff center, said: “We were counting the days until we could reopen to bring bowling back to the families of Cardiff. Our unique leisure offerings have been greatly lacked as a way to relax and have fun, so we are delighted to reopen for guests to enjoy and make memories together once again.
Emma Constantinou, Marketing and Tenant Liaison Manager at Red Dragon Center, said: “We are delighted that our sites are reopening and that the center is once again full of fun. The return of Simply Gym earlier this month was a great start and we wish our other sites every success as they begin to reopen.
“While we all look forward to enjoying the hospitality inside again, safety is always our top concern. We have introduced a number of security measures since the start of the pandemic, such as increased cleaning procedures and social distancing, and all of our sites and their staff are fully up to date with these procedures. We want to ensure that staff and clients can fully enjoy their experience at the Center without worrying about their safety. “