Luton Mayor opens new Gravity site

Gravity Luton opened by mayor
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The mayor of Luton was on hand to open Gravity Active Entertainment’s latest venue, a 30,000 sq ft site located in The Galaxy Centre on the town’s Bridge Street.

 

Mahmood Hussain cut the ribbon on 25 September, officially opening the attraction’s arcade, wall-to-wall trampolines, ninja run and soft-play complex.

“We’re thrilled to be able to open the doors and offer this fantastic experience to the people of Luton,” said Gravity Luton owner Justin Okoli. “I’m a parent and resident of Luton myself and I know this facility will provide families, individuals and groups with a unique, affordable and fun experience in the town centre.”

“It’s been a real journey for myself and the team, who are all local. It’s not been without its challenges, but the outcome is a next-generation leisure experience not seen before in Luton.”

As well as the play attractions, the site features a “next generation light and sound system,” party room and cafe, and represents a major leisure and entertainment addition to the Galaxy Centre, alongside its existing 11-screen cinema, arcade, bowling alley, restaurants and gym.

“We are thrilled to welcome Gravity Active Entertainment and offer our visitors a new experience where people can get active while having fun,” said centre manager Bashir Dalvi.

“This new opening supports our goal to bring fun-filled activities to the people of Luton, all in one place.”


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